Days of Operation
Monday to Friday
Hours of operation
9:00am to 4:30pm
Family Resource Center, clients’ homes & various community venues, as required.
Home and Community Care Services :
Stoney Health Services (SHS) Home and Community Care Services are federally funded healthcare and personal support services for clients of all ages. These services can be curative, rehabilitative and/or palliative. Their focus is on creating an environment where Nation members are able to live at home independently and safely for as long possible. This typically includes Morley Community individuals who:
- >>Have an acute stage of a chronic disease or chronic conditions/disabilities that have deteriorated to the point where more care is required either in the home or during a transition to higher levels or care
- >>Are recovering from injury and require more frequent visits because of high risk of further deterioration in their health status and/or inability of the family to provide care required
- >>Require ongoing routine personal care
- >>Are being discharged from acute care or long-term care with assessed Home Care needs
- >>Require regularly scheduled respite care to provide temporary relief to caregivers, to name a few
While Home and Community Care services are most commonly delivered in community members’ places of residence, flexibility exists to deliver services in a variety of other settings for more mobile clients. Home and Community Care Services supplement care and supports provided by families and community services, but are not meant to replace it.
Home and Community Care Services are provided by registered nurses, licensed practical nurse, certified health care aides and other healthcare professionals as needed (i.e. occupational therapists).
Referrals to the Home and Community Care program be made by clients themselves or by their family members and friends as well as by other healthcare providers and institutions. However, all potential Home and Community Care clients must be assessed by a Home Care nurse as being in-need of supports before services can be initiated. The Home and community Care Program may not be able to provide all services a client may need, but it can help arrange other supports provided in the community.
- >>Mandatory initial and ongoing client assessments to identify needs relevant to federal funding requirements
- >>Case Management to develop care plans with the clients and their families and to ensure the overall coordination of care and services
- >>Professional nursing services such as: surveillance and treatment of high-risk acute illnesses, unstable chronic illnesses and /or disabilities; wound care; advanced foot care; ostomy care; medication self-management support; disease-specific self-management teaching for clients and their caregivers, to name a few.
- >>In-Home Respite Care (usually a few hours at a time) to provide a break for family caregivers so that they can continue to provide care
- >>Personal Care Services provided by certified Health Care Aides according to the client’s care plan. This may include help with personal hygiene and bathing, grooming, dressing, transferring, care of bed-bound clients, home management assistance (i.e. meal preparation, light housework, laundry, shopping, etc.), to name a few,
- >>Liaison services to helps clients access other services (i.e. medical services, Diabetes Wellness Services physiotherapy, social work etc.)
- >>Access to medical supplies, equipment and pharmaceuticals that are deemed necessary