Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What value does Care Management service deliver?

Every case is different and should be tailored to the individual. We offer an initial no cost consultation with one of our nurses where we listen and assess the individual’s needs. We have over two decades of experience.

Q: If we go forward what are the next steps?

Based on the preliminary evaluation of needs we provide a comprehensive written nursing assessment focusing on ongoing management of those needs. This may involve one of our partners such as a Geriatrician, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapists, Dietician or Social Worker.

Q: What about staff?

We have developed a long-term relationship with an agency where staff are carefully screened to match the client’s specific needs. We require the staff to understand not only the medical requirements but also to exhibit a positive, respectful, culturally sensitive attitude to the client.

Q: How do you ensure a client receives optimum care?

Our focus is on preventative care: avoiding situations where emergency care is required. We advocate for the clients in healthcare settings ensuring that all reasonable care is delivered. We monitor staff to ensure early detection of potential adverse outcomes. We are on call 24/7/365.

Q: What does this cost?

Again, every situation is different. We will set out the options matched to the available financial resources. This will include comparison of care at home, a retirement residence, or a long-term care facility.

Call Carol at 416-362-9176, there is no obligation, and she will be happy to provide some initial thoughts on the care of your loved one.

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Client Testimonials

For the last two years of mom’s life, Carol Edwards/Careable Inc. organized home and health care for our mother. Both of us had full-time jobs that required a lot of travel, and Mom required 24-hour personal care if she was to continue to live in the comfortable circumstances of her own home. Carol worked with personal service workers, Mom’s doctors and dentist, and ran interference with suppliers and bureaucracies on our behalf.

Her empathy, energy and full-time availability for emergencies were remarkable and of the essence, as far as we were concerned. She knew the alternatives to home care and advised us in practical terms what the options were. When Mother was in the hospital, Carol was her advocate, ensuring that the necessary degree of care was in fact provided. Her fees were reasonable and her advice saved more than the cost.  If you face similar circumstances, there is no question that the undersigned, to whom further questions may be addressed, would recommend her services.”