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Home Care

Home care is a community based service that provides essential in-home support to individuals, regardless of age, who require health services or assistance with activities of daily living.

Home care augments the resources of family and community, using a model that emphasizes promotion of care in the home, facilitation of hospital discharges and provision of alternatives to entry to the long term care system. Manitoba residents registered with Manitoba Health who require services or assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation or medication administration are eligible for home care service to allow them to remain safely in their home.

Self referrals are accepted as well as referrals from physicians, hospitals, family/friends or other programs/agencies. Referrals are taken by the area home care case coordinator who does a complete assessment that includes talking to the client, family members or any individual involved in the client’s care. Part of the assessment involves determining family involvement so that a personalized care plan can be developed that provides sufficient support without interfering with family relationships.

In preparing the assessment, the case coordinator communicates with the client’s doctor and may also choose to make a referral to mental health or therapy services. The client’s home is assessed to determine if alterations to the environment are required for safe care provision and what equipment may be needed. A recommendation may be made to other community programs, such as services to seniors, if resources not provided through the home care service are needed.

Services provided are determined by a comprehensive assessment by the Home Care Case Coordinator and an individual care plan is then developed with input from the client. 

Please call Home Care Administration at 204-268-6746 for assistance or see below to connect with a Case Coordinator in your area.

Arborg/ Riverton

2 Case Coordinators at this location:

  • Phone (CC1): 204-376-5559 ext. 1
  • Phone (CC2): 204-376-5559 ext. 7
  • Fax: 204-376-5970000000Phone (CC1): 204-376-5559 ext. 1
  • Phone (CC2): 204-376-5559 ext. 7
  • Fax: 204-376-5970

Ashern

Phone: 204-768-5225

Fax: 204-768-3879

Beausejour

3 Case Coordinators at this location:

  • Phone (CC1): 204-268-6720
  • Phone (CC2): 204-268-6721
  • Phone (CC3): 204-268-6747
  • Fax: 204-268-6727

Fisher Branch

Phone: 204-376-7306

Fax: 204-372-8710

Gimli

2 Case Coordinators at this location:

  • Phone (CC1): 204-642-4596
  • Phone (CC2): 204-642-1607
  • Fax: 204-642-4924

Lac du Bonnet/ Pinawa

2 Case Coordinators at this location:

  • Phone (CC1): 204-345-1217
  • Phone (CC2): 204-345-1235
  • Fax: 204-345-8609

Lundar / Eriksdale/ St. Laurent

Phone: 204-762-6504

Fax: 204-762-5164

Oakbank

2 Case Coordinators at this location:

  • Phone (CC1): 204-444-6119
  • Phone (CC2): 204-444-6139
  • Fax: 204-444-5667

Pine Falls

Phone: 204-367-5403

Fax: 204-367-2968

Selkirk

7 Case Coordinators at this location:

Phone (CC1): 204-785-7723Phone (CC5): 204-785-7733
Phone (CC2): 204-785-7722Phone (CC6): 204-785-7720
Phone (CC3): 204-785-7713Phone (CC7): 204-785-4889
Phone (CC4): 204-785-7724FAX: 204-785-7742

Stonewall

3 Case Coordinators at this location:

  • Phone (CC1): 204-467-4413
  • Phone (CC2): 204-467-4414
  • Phone (CC3): 204-467-4769
  • Fax: 204-467-4750

Teulon

2 Case Coordinators at this location:

  • Phone (CC1): 204-886-4066
  • Phone (CC2): 204-467-4769
  • Fax: 204-886-3503

Whitemouth

Phone: 204-348-4609

Fax: 204-348-7911

Examples of service you may be eligible for are:

  • direct service workers to assist with personal care, meals, and family relief
  • nurses may provide nursing care, teaching and counseling
  • therapy services will teach special exercises or assist with planning your activities of daily living
  • supplies and equipment required for your care may be available
  • adult day programs assist in meeting nutritional and socialization/recreational needs

Home Care Services supports and coordinates other program areas:

  • personal care at home
  • respite care
  • palliative care
  • home oxygen
  • self managed/family managed care
  • services to seniors
  • supportive housing
  • meal programs
  • adult day programs
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Regional Home Care Newsletter Fall 2022
https://www.ierha.ca/wp-content/uploads/Home-Care-Newsletter-Fall-2022-English.pdf

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