Care Management


Advocating for you, in a complex healthcare landscape.

Have questions and you are not sure how to ask, what to ask, and whom to ask? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then you owe it to yourself to protect your rights – it’s your life!

Our qualified, knowledgeable nurses have a combined 40 years of hands-on work experience in the health care system. Leverage our expertise and contacts to get the answers you need to make better-informed decisions about your life or that of your loved one.

Our Care Management Services can include:

  • In-depth medical assessment and history

  • Introduction to your loved one's health care team

  • Ongoing management and monthly phone check-ins

  • Accompaniment to all medical appointments

  • Online charting with login access to our “Family Room”  for transparency of care

  • Review of treatment and options

  • Assistance with medical decision making

Options for senior care in Canada can be complex, especially when there is a crisis or rapidly changing health conditions. The solutions and support that Proof of Care's Care Managers provide will help you gain clarity, stability and peace of mind at a challenging time for your family.

We provide you with valuable care resources, identify the best options for your individual situation and support you through the decision-making process. Plus, our Care Managers help your family work together on common goals, manage a crisis and monitor a changing situation.


  • Senior Housing & Relocation Assistance

  • Supportive Consulting

  • Family Relationship Management

  • Healthcare Crisis Management

  • Coordination of Healthcare

  • Home Safety Evaluations

  • Life Care Management



  • Dementia Care

  • Creative Engagement

  • Life Choices

  • Behavioral Health

  • Chronic Disease Management

  • Transitional Care

  • Parkinson’s Disease 

  • Palliative Care

Read the proof...

Your team looked after my mom, Joyce Ansley when she returned from a lengthy stay in hospital. My mom enjoyed your workers. They were...


Lori in North Vancouver