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VON's nurses, personal support workers, therapists and other health care providers care for Canadians in their homes, communities and workplaces. We offer more than 75 home care, personal support, and community services designed for people of all ages. Search below to find the service that will meet your needs or those of your loved one.
|Companion, Homemaking and Personal Care Services||
If you or a loved one want to live independently, but need help with laundry, grocery shopping, making meals, or personal care, we can help.
|Families and Caregivers, Seniors||Home Support, Personal Care||More info|
|Foot Care Clinics||
VON nurses provide assessment, care and advice for clients of all ages, including people who suffer from chronic diseases like diabetes, who need to pay particular attention to their feet.
|Seniors||Community Programs||More info|
|General Home Visiting Nursing Program||
VON nurses offer a wide range of quality health care services in your home.
|Children, Families and Caregivers, Seniors||Chronic Diseases, Community Programs||More info|
A VON registered nurse can give vaccinations in the workplace or other community settings. Immunization programs include flu shots, hepatitis, tetanus and diphtheria, pneumonia, chickenpox, meningitis and travel vaccines.
|Business, Children, Families and Caregivers, Seniors||Community Programs, Travel, Workplace Services||More info|
|Neighbours Helping Neighbours||
Neighbours Helping Neighbours™ is a training program designed to help people develop a level of comfort in helping others in their community.
|Business, Families and Caregivers, Seniors||Community Programs||More info|
|Wellness and Health-Promotion Clinics||
Held in public places such as pharmacies or community events, VON Wellness and Health Promotion clinics offer screening tests and assessment of cholesterol, blood pressure, body-mass index and other indicators of potential health problems.
|Families and Caregivers, Seniors||Community Programs||More info|
Accreditation Canada is an independent, not-for-profit organization that consults with experts to develop health care standards based on best practices. They accredit a wide range of health care and social services providers, including hospitals, nursing homes, long-term care facilities, clinics, and community health programs. Accreditation Canada has been helping providers improve health care quality and safety for more than 55 years.