Motor Vehicle Accident Services for Acquired Brain Injury, Spinal Injury and Challenging Behaviours
Access has a core team of specialized Nurses and Support Workers with experience in managing the unique needs of survivors of acquired brain injury, spinal injury, emotional and behavioural issues.
Post-Operative and Rehabilitation
When your loved one is recovering from surgery our Nurses and PSWs can assist with wound care, physical transfers, ADLs, day-to-day responsibilities and physiotherapy programs (range of motion and flexibility).
Community and Residential Support
APS offers Nurses and Personal Support in residences, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, long-term care, retirement homes, supportive housing and mental health centers.
When a family member becomes mentally or physically incapable of contributing to household responsibilities, our PSWs are available to help with meal preparation, housekeeping, laundry and the many organizational tasks associated with home management.
24-Hour and Overnight Support
PSWs provide 24-hour care service aimed at supporting individuals who require a high level of support throughout the day and night. Night coverage is available from 9:00pm – 8:00am. Duties could include but are not limited to; repositioning the client, toileting, laundry, cleaning and food preparation as necessary.
When a family member is responsible for their loved one’s care, it can become physically and emotionally demanding. APS provides families a well-deserved break to alleviate stress and minimize the chance of burn out.
Emergency Back-up Support
APS offers round-the-clock Personal Support. Call us anytime and we will coordinate emergency services in a quick and timely manner.
Passive Night Support
Our PSWs provide passive night support at a reduced rate, in the event that a sleep shift is required. The PSW is readily available for assistance with periodic needs such as toileting, in case of a medical emergency, and/or to ensure your loved one is safe throughout the night.
Senior Care and Disability Assistance
Companion care services are offered when your loved one feels the loss of independence due to aging or disability. You can have peace of mind that our Nurses and PSWs will provide the highest level of care to ensure they are in good hands.
Nurses and PSWs accommodate every client’s unique needs, preferences and strengths to promote independence, self-esteem and allow for the highest quality of life possible.
Our Nurses and PSWs provide palliative support in all stages of care, when family members are undergoing treatment for illnesses, chronic ailments, as well as those who are nearing the end of life. Focus is placed on quality of life and increasing comfort.
PSWs provide assistance for activities of daily living, such as showering, shaving, toileting, dressing, grooming and meal preparation.
Problems with feet can be the first sign of more serious medical conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, and nerve and circulatory disorders. Our Nurses and PSWs provide foot care to facilitate increased circulation, improve foot hygiene and minimize the risk of further issues.