Programs & Services

Patient and Nurse

Why Nova Home Care?

Reknowned quality of our home palliative care services given by experienced professionals.

24/7 service hours;​

Free access to our palliative care services;

The cost per hour of our home care services is reflecting the family income;​

The services are always provided by the same nurse or home health aids;

Close relationship with the CLSCS​;

Our Quebec Blue Cross Home Palliative Care Mentorship Program offered to all home care nurses across the Quebec province.

 
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Palliative Care

This program offers in-home support and comfort to terminally ill patients through specialized nursing care and help with symptom management, including pain control. ​

The active involvement of a physician is required. ​

This service is offered free of charge by specialized nurses, home health aids and a social worker.​

Nova works in collaboration with the CLSCs to establish the treatment plan and for all the visits. Our role is to support the public system, so we work as partners.

 

We receive vital aid from l’Appui Montreal which allows us to provide very crucial relief free of charge for palliative care patient's caregivers.

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HOME SUPPORT

On a scheduled basis, trained Nova home health aides will help with daily activities such as personal hygiene, physical and mental wellbeing, treatment, medication and other activities in home. ​

This service is offered to people with chronic illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, strokes, cancer, and frail health. ​

No medical referral is required. ​

The cost per hour reflects the family income.​

NOVA Home Care relies on financial subventions in order to low the cost down

 
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Children’S respite for parents

This program offers in-home respite and support to families of chronically ill children. Following an in-home assessment, a registered nurse case manager creates a care plan to be used by our Home Health Aides (HHA) during their visits. ​We will help with daily activities such as personal hygiene, movement, physical and mental wellbeing, treatment, medication and other activities in the home.

To ensure continuity of care, the same Nova Home Health Aide will visit each week.

 

A medical referral from a healthcare professional is required. 

The HHAs provide an average of three-six hours of respite care per week.

 

These services are offered free of charge.

 
 

Service Area

Our services are offered in the territory bordered by: 

East: Canadian Pacific Railway

West: 32nd Avenue, Lachine

North: Metropolitain Boulevard 

South: St-Lawrence River, including LaSalle, Verdun and Nun’s Island