Nurture Services is dedicated to providing quality health care services to patients with a team of health professionals

Nurture Services Mission

Nurture Services is dedicated to providing quality health care services to patients with a team of health professionals treating patients and families with dignity and respect. To act as liaison between home bound patients and their physicians in a timely and effective manner. To consistently provide participants with: Insightful programming, Recreation, Companionship, Therapeutic Counseling, Laughter and friendship, Safety and Comfort, Good Health and Emotion growth.
As the number of seniors, and people with disabilities increases, Nurture Services is poised to handle more serious healthcare needs in the safety and comfort of your own home, in hospital, Facilities, institutions, and in the Community. Nurture Services values Quality of Service above all else. Our commitment to our clients is visible through our Registered Nurses, Registered Practical Nurses, Personal Support Workers, Developmental Support Workers Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, Psychotherapists, Gerontologists, Councillors, Social Workers, . Each one is eager to provide the best possible Health Services.
Nurture Health Care is an Ontario Canada based health care agency. We are providing quality health services such as skilled nursing, home health care, In Hospital care, Community care, sitters, companionship. We offer therapy services such as physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy, Respiratory therapy, medical equipment and pharmacy.
We are licensed and certified by the Province of Ontario. We have expanded our services to the private homes, care, Hospitals, Institutions, Community.

The Nurture Services Personal Support Workers completes the care provided within the Home Health program. Our Certified Nursing Assistants provide assistance with a client’s Activities of Daily Living (ADLs).

These activities may include toileting, shaving, meal preparation, light housekeeping, and bathing. This type of hands-on "personal care" truly compliments the complete therapeutic realm provided by Nurture Services. Each year the Nurture Services Certified Personal Support Workers / Developmental Support Workers (Nursing Assistants) provide thousands of hours of quality health care services. . .

Generally speaking, our clients require either daily assistance or live-in help. We provide highly-trained and supervised caregivers to meet both these needs.

Daily: usually a minimum of four- six hours per day, three- four days per week. This can increase to two shifts of twelve hours per day, seven days per week, depending upon the circumstances of the patient.

Live-in: this would entail 24/7 help, with at least one caregiver together with relief caregivers for days off.

At Nurture Services, our clients are as diverse as the city itself. We serve new immigrant families, parents and kids struggling with divorce, seniors and their caregivers, women in abusive relationships, people with intellectual disabilities, the gay and lesbian community – just to name a few!

We offer a wide variety of programs and services to help people cope more effectively, feel better, improve relationships and strengthen their family life. Our counselors can help you work through a wide range of challenges.

Bathing, Dressing, Mobility, Transferring and Positioning, Incontinence Care, Medication Reminders, Oral Hygiene, Special Diet/Meal Preparation, Feeding, Toileting and much more . . .

Bathing: Bathing is essential to an individual’s sense of well-being. It refreshes the spirit, provides relaxation while cleansing the skin and stimulating circulation.
Mobility: Activity and exercise are vital to a healthy lifestyle. The benefits of movement to both physical and mental health are seen in everyday life. Benefits include increasing stamina, strengthening the heart, lowering blood pressure, improving digestion and sleep. In addition it improves mood, releases stress and increases mental alertness.
Transferring and Positioning: Moving or placing a person into a correct posture position encourages the functional activity of the body’s many systems. It assists in eliminating pressure areas on the skin, reducing atrophy and stiffening of muscles, encourages proper breathing, digestion, and elimination.

Currently, there are over 5 million people suffering from Alzheimer's disease in Canada. Experts predict the number of Canadians diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease will triple in the next fifty years. The disease is a debilitating disorder that robs victims of their memory, cognitive abilities, and personality. As it progresses, people with Alzheimer's may become increasingly disoriented to time and place.

Wandering is a potentially life-threatening and frighteningly common behavior seen in Alzheimer's patients. About 60% of all patients with Alzheimer's will wander at some point during the course of their disease. Of these, up to 50% will die if they are not found within 24 hours. Wandering is clearly a dangerous problem for many Alzheimer's sufferers and those who take care of them.