Home Care Services
We provide health and support services for people of all ages and their families to help be discharged from hospital or to remain in their community. The goal is to promote your independence,. These services are a complement to the support of your family, friends, neighbours and others in the community.
Primary Health Care Assessment, Discharge and Support Services
- Assessor Coordinator
- Nursing Services
- Home Services
- Occupational and Physical Therapy
- Social Work
- Meals on Wheels and Frozen Meal Service
- Volunteer Services
- Palliative Home Care
Additional information can be found on the Home Care brochure. This can also be printed as a reference sheet.
October 2019 revised brochure
Home Care Treatment Center
The Home Care Treatment Center in south Regina provides nursing services for mobile clients. These services include wound dressing changes and assessments, suture and staple removal, catheter monitoring and changes, medication management including prepour and preload, injection therapy and IV therapy, both administration and maintenance.
The Centre gives clients of the Region the option of booking an appointment, rather than waiting at home for a Home Care Nurse. Clients, who are mobile, are referred by their physicians.
The Home Care Treatment Centre is open seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. and is located at 1311 Broadway Avenue.
Frequently Asked Questions
You qualify for Home Care Service if:
- you and the Home Care service provider in your areas agrees that you need a health and/or support service that can be provided in your home
- the program has the resources to meet your needs
- depending on your needs, people on Home Care may receive either health or support services or both. Sometimes Home Care cannot provide the kind of care that is needed. In these cases, we will recommend other options.
Is there an age limit?
No. Services are provided based on need, not age.
What does it cost?
Fees for Home Care services are established by the Saskatchewan Department of Health and are reviewed annually. Fees and subsidies will be discussed during your assessment.
How can I be referred?
Anyone can make a referral to Home Care for services. Referrals should be directed to the service in your area.
4211 Albert Street