Stay living in the comfort of your own home with the support of experienced and dedicated Metro Vancouver senior home care staff
Strive Community Home Care is for anyone requiring assistance in their home. We offer comprehensive services that are customized for each individual, bringing attentive and compassionate care to your door.
Our goal is to enable people to live independently at home for as long as possible by providing attentive and compassionate senior home care Vancouver. All care plans are tailor-made to suit individual needs and lifestyles. Our team of elderly caregivers aspires to improve your quality of life and enable everyday ease.
Services are currently available in: White Rock, Surrey, Delta, New Westminster, Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Langley, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Burnaby, Richmond, Port Moody, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, and Powell River.
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“We have been utilizing the services of Strive Living Society for a couple of months now to assist my elderly father. I am pleased to say that every individual that I have spoken to has been professional, courteous, and extremely helpful. I highly recommend Strive Living Society.”
Ms. Kiser, Texas
“I am so grateful for the support from my nurse after my total knee replacement surgery. She was very attentive to my care needs and always ensured my safety while I was in the community, in Handydart, and at home with her. She not only provided the care I needed, she provided warm companionship. I thank Strive Living Society for arranging such a caring professional to assist my post-operative care. I now feel relaxed and prepared for the same surgery on the other knee!”
Mrs. C, Port Coquitlam, BC
“My wife has Parkinson’s and arthritis. She cannot get up or down from a chair and can barely walk with the user of a walker. She is easily stressed by changes in her routine. Strive has been very sensitive, responsive, and professional. Everyone has approached us in a very upbeat and compassionate manner. We’ve never been left hanging. We feel save with their involvement.”
Mr. Weber, New Westminster, BC