Discover TheKey — the most trusted senior home care service in Okotoks.

TheKey Okotoks | Service Area
37 Richard Way SW
Calgary, AB T3E 7M8

Calgary

37 Richard Way SW Unit 305,
Calgary, AB T3E 7M8

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Trusted Okotoks Home Care Solutions

Our Okotoks senior home care services provide personalized care that empowers aging adults to remain in the comfort of their own homes. Relying on family for daily support can prove challenging when they have conflicting responsibilities. That’s where trusted senior care, from memory care to specialized care, can be helpful. At TheKey, our solutions promote independence and better quality of life.

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It’s our passion to deliver the best care, whether that be part-time assistance, 24/7 support, or additional services. With our five-star client satisfaction, astounding caregiver support, and world-renowned experts, TheKey’s first priority is to deliver exceptional senior home care at every visit.
Senior Care that Goes Beyond
What differentiates us? Our staff. Regardless of the amount of care given, each visit is followed by countless hours of experience, helping to bring your loved ones exceptional service.
Our Balanced Care Method™ emphasizes a healthy mind, body, and spirit. This holistic approach focuses on nutrition, mental health, and overall wellness — which enhances quality of life.

The method originated by studying the elders of Okinawa, Japan, where residents routinely live to be over 100 years old, enjoying good health and purpose. Inspired by this, we’ve made it our mission to inspire joy every day.
Behind every professional caregiver is our full-time Care Team of experts, providing ongoing guidance to our caregivers — and support to you and your family.
Our caregivers are thoroughly vetted, background checked, and trained to provide personalized, empathetic care — in the comfort of home.
We take the time to select just the right caregiver for your needs. If you’re not satisfied with them for any reason, we’ll select someone else — because we know a personal connection matters.
Our Scientific Advisory Board includes a globally renowned, diverse group of specialists in dementia, aging, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Dedicated to state-of-the-art research and clinical standards, they offer invaluable insights into assessment, treatment, the role of mental health, and more.
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Benefits of Home Care
We make it easier to age well — in the comfort of your home. Here’s how.
  • Comfort
    Receiving care at home promotes familiarity and security.
  • Tailored Support
    Personalized care plans are customized to meet unique needs and health concerns, both mental and physical.
  • Independence
    At-home care helps maintain independence by providing help with daily tasks while respecting the need for autonomy.
  • Consistency
    We help maintain familiar routines, which contributes to a sense of stability and well-being.
  • Enhanced Safety
    A safe living environment is key to living well. Our caregivers regularly assess and address potential safety risks at home.
  • Medication Support
    We assist with medication reminders, ensuring adherence to prescribed regimens for better health outcomes.
  • Peace of Mind
    Knowing that we’re providing compassionate care at home provides reassurance and reduces stress all around.
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Types of Home Care We Offer
The key to your peace of mind starts here: Learn about our proven, expert home care, from help a few hours a day to 24/7 support — all designed to make aging easier, in the comfort of home.
Companion Care & Personalized Support
Caregivers play a major role in bringing joy and purpose through engaging activities and fostering social connections.

This alleviates feelings of loneliness — which can be detrimental to both physical and mental health — and makes a positive difference in overall quality of life.

From part-time care to 24/7 support, we’ll design a personalized Care Plan.
Memory Care
Our in-home care providers are trained to provide extensive, empathetic support for cognitive decline, from mild memory problems to advanced dementia.

We’ll be there to help with medication reminders, grocery shopping and meal prep, transportation and errands, light housekeeping, hobbies and passions, and personal care and hygiene.

And most importantly, we provide cognitive engagement and companionship.
Specialized Care Services
We have extensive experience supporting specific conditions and unique needs. These may include heart conditions, cancer, Parkinson’s disease, post-stroke care and end-of-life care.

Our goal is to provide comfort, companionship, and safety in a familiar, comfortable environment.
Our dedicated team includes professional caregivers with a wide range of focuses, skills, and credentials.

With our care team overseeing daily activities and planning, we give you back the extra time to focus on what’s important: spending quality time with your loved one.
Navigating the Home Care Discussion
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Starting the conversation with a loved one about home care can be challenging. Our checklist will help you approach the topic in an effective, empathetic way.

Frequently Asked Home Care Questions
What’s the best home care?
The best home care is provided by reliable, professional caregivers who are trained and backed by a home care agency that’s insured, providing oversight, care guidance, and back-up caregivers as needed.
How do I find the best caregiver for my loved one?
The best caregiver is an experienced professional who has the training and skills to support your loved one’s care needs.

It’s also important to find a caregiver who’s extremely reliable, —has back-up if necessary, —and is a good fit in terms of personality and shared interests.
Is home care better than moving to assisted living?
Nine out of ten older adults would prefer to live independently in the home they know and love rather than moving to a facility or assisted living community.

With the right level of support, most people can continue to live safely and comfortably at home even as they age with a progressive illness or condition.
How much does home care cost in Calgary, Alberta?
Home care is typically billed by the hour, with costs varying slightly by region. Most families pay out-of-pocket for their care. However, several government programs and tax credits are available to help subsidize the cost of care in different provinces:

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Client Directed Home Care Invoicing Program (CDHCI): This program allows eligible individuals to select their preferred home care service provider for personal care, housekeeping, and respite care. Services are directly billed to Alberta Health Services, reducing administrative burdens for clients.
Is a home care agency better than hiring a private caregiver?
If you value safety, security, and reliability, yes. A quality home care agency is insured and also manages the performance and scheduling of its caregivers, handles billing and payroll, and has back-up caregivers to fill in when needed.

With a private hire caregiver, you’re responsible for setting up payroll and withholding taxes, caregiver vetting and background checks, and purchasing sufficient liability insurance to cover any accidents or injuries in the home.
In Their Own Words
Read reviews from real people (and their loved ones) in the Calgary area who chose TheKey for their care.
  • The team worked very quickly to get care in place, and has responded well to changes or concerns.
    - Veena M., Calgary, AB
  • Nice kind caregivers that are very attentive to mom. She really enjoys them.
    - Colleen C., Calgary, AB
  • Total comfort in the quality of care being given.
    - Susan G., Calgary, AB
  • Always on time, friendly and goes above and beyond for my dad.
    - Rick W., Calgary, AB
  • Very patient and responsive.
    - Sarah M., Calgary, AB
  • It’s a great way to manage the elderly in their home for a time and to provide companionship as well as care. They substitute for what family can’t do.
    - Susan M., Calgary, AB
TheKey to Aging Well in Okotoks
Get expert insights on healthy aging, memory care, and more topics important to you.
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Service Areas
TheKey Okotoks Service Areas
We provide senior care services in Okotoks and the surrounding areas — with caregivers ready to serve you. If you don’t see the specific community where you need care, you can still contact us.
Let’s explore your care options.
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successfully at home. Please email HRServiceCenter@thekey.com for inquiries on caregiver applications.
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