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Why Shylo Home HealthCare?
We are not a large, faceless franchise. We are local nurses caring for our neighbours in our own community since 1980. We are a well-established and reputable Home Healthcare Agency that has been supporting people who want to stay in their homes but find themselves challenged by:
- Recovery from surgery
- Chronic illness
- New Baby
- Palliative Care
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Verified Client Testimonial
You all do an incredibly difficult job with grace and complete professionalism. You're all so enthusiastic and caring, you really are angels sent from heaven.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Homecare A Cost Effective Alternative To Institutional Care?
Yes, Home Care is an affordable option. Most people would prefer to remain in their own home and we help make this dream a reality. One of the most common misconceptions about private nursing is that it's a luxury reserved for the wealthy as many people can not afford ongoing 24-hour care, but the majority of our clients only need a few hours of support a day, some only require support a few times a week or month.
Are Home Care Services Available 24 Hours A Day?
Yes, we design your individual care plan together based on your specific needs and we can adjust, as your care needs change. We can provide care as needed from 4 - 24 hours a day or Live-in Care.
What Is The Complimentary, No-Obligation, In-Home Assessment?
We'll come to your home to assess your needs and discuss care options with you. With a personalized care plan and some support from qualified caregivers, most seniors are able to stay in their own homes if they wish. Even if you choose not to use our services, you will be better informed about which services are available for you.
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Eye Health Tip
As we age, regular eye exams become even more important. Vision problems may develop with no physical symptoms until they're quite advanced. Eye exams pick up early signs of eye conditions which can be treated if found early enough.