Our caregivers are trained to support people living with heart disease. If you’re struggling after a diagnosis, we can help you focus on heart health—without leaving home.
Jumpstart your daily heart-health plan.
Nutrition, daily exercise, and engagement in activities that add meaning and purpose are all key to improving heart health. Our caregivers can help launch and maintain a healthy lifestyle while providing comfort and safety to people living with heart disease. Our care isn’t just about surviving, it’s about thriving.
We understand heart disease and its challenges.
While heart disease is the leading cause of death around the world, changes in lifestyle and diet can significantly improve health and quality of life.

That’s why we have a team of caregivers trained to assist clients living with Coronary artery disease, Arrhythmia, Atherosclerosis, Cardiomyopathy, and other cardiovascular challenges. Our holistic approach to care can help you or your loved one regain strength, develop healthier eating and exercise habits, prevent future hospital trips, and improve quality of life.
How we can help.
You don’t need to fight heart disease alone. Our caregivers are trained to support clients as they develop new, healthier behaviours and activities. We provide heart-healthy meals to help prevent future cardiac events and encourage exercise to control blood pressure and cholesterol levels. And, since high levels of stress are linked to heart issues, we also work on techniques to promote a sense of calm and wellbeing.
  • Companionship
  • Personal Care and Hygiene
  • Medication Reminders
  • Staying Active
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Meal and prep nutrition
  • Social Activities and Connection
  • Transportation and Errands
  • Hobbies and Passions
Your Care Needs
Help us understand your care needs. Then we’ll set up a free phone consultation so you
can get the right support and services to live and age successfully at home.
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