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You’re in the right place at the right time – more than 1,000 people turn 65 in Canada every day! Seniors constitute the fastest growing population group in the country. Among home care recipients, two-thirds are women.


The "boomer” generation has created new opportunities in every stage of their lifecycle, and as they age this dynamic will not change. Boomers have an overriding desire to remain independent and, combined with advances in medicine, they are setting the stage for unprecedented growth in home health care and independent and assisted living communities.


The Canadian government recognizes home care as an essential component of an integrated, sustainable health care system and as such the home care programs priorities support the achievement of the overall health priorities in all jurisdictions. Home care plays a vital role in improving the health and wellness of individuals, providing high quality health care and optimizing the efficiency and effectiveness of health care delivery.

4.3 million people in Canada (13.3% of the population) are 65 and older. That’s a ratio of 1 of every 7 persons.


The Canadian population of 65 and older will more than double between 2006 and 2036, a period of just 30 years. 


By 2036, one in five Canadians (24.5% of the population) will be 65 and older!

The number of home care recipients increased by almost 100% between 1995 and 2006.




Health care – the most dynamic, recession resistant market for decades to come!


The Canadian government has set several key priorities specific to home care that are reflected across the country, and include:


  • Adopting an "Aging in Place” or "Aging at Home” strategy by expanding the  range of care options (home maintenance, housekeeping, nutrition, social interaction, respite, etc.) available to seniors and people with physical disabilities to ensure they receive appropriate care in the most appropriate setting, and to enable them to remain independent and in their own home or community for as long as possible.
  • Planning for the future by implementing the common client assessment instruments (interRAI-HC) to effectively gather client data and support analysis of long-term future capacity requirements for home and community care services.
  • Enhancing accountability by implementing and monitoring home and continuing care standards and revising policy and operating guidelines as necessary.
  • Improving access to home care services by ensuring structured alignment and linkages with community partners and focusing on staff retention and recruitment.
  • Fostering a climate of learning and innovation through the exploration and adoption of the information communication technology to support new service delivery models.


Always Best Care has a business model proven to stand strong through tough economic times with highly regarded and reputable non medical Home Care, Independent and Assisted Living Referral services and Skilled Nursing services.  Franchise partners not only engage in the entrepreneurial lifestyle, they truly make a difference in the lives of others.


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