|Illnesses or Conditions||Description||How We Can Be of Service|
|Dementia: *Lewy Body Dementia
|A loss of brain function that occurs with certain diseases. If affects memory, thinking,
language, judgment & behavior.
|Medication reminders, meal preparation, driving, shopping, medical appointments, companionship. These all lessen the stress put on the family and create a safer environment for the senior.|
|Parkinson’s Disease||A disorder of the brain that leads to shaking and tremors and difficulty with walking, movement & coordination.||Driving, meal preparation, companionship. Assist in many of the other Activities of Independent Daily Living.|
|Diabetes||A chronic illness where blood sugar levels are impacted.||Planning & preparation of healthy balanced meals. Assistance and encouragement with exercise & physical activities and medication reminders.||Arthritis||Joint inflammation and other symptoms. There are many different kinds of arthritis.||Meal preparation, lid removal, driving & companionship.||Depression||Extreme sadness, tiredness, mood swings, frustration, social isolation.||Companionship, medication reminders, socialization & encouragement.||Cancer||The uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body.||Medication reminders, transportation & accompaniment to medical appointments, meal preparation, housekeeping, companionship.||Injury &/or recovery after surgery or hospital stay||Regaining strength or coordination after an accident or medical treatment.||Meal preparation, housekeeping, shopping, transport & accompaniment to medical appointments. Enable senior to recuperate and return to previous healthy lifestyle.||Heart Disease||Many different afflictions including coronary artery disease, arrhythmias, congenital heart defects, etc.||Medication reminders, encouragement with exercise, meal preparation, maintain regular medical and laboratory visits.||Macular Degeneration||Loss of vision in the centre of visual field.||Driving, meal preparation, housekeeping, reading. Able to seek out novel & helpful tools & tips to enhance the living experience of the senior.||Hearing Impairment||Partial or complete deafness||Companionship, driving, hearing aid battery changes.||Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)||Long term lung disease
including emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and difficulty breathing.
|Assistance with everyday tasks, meal preparation, housekeeping, medical visits.|