Nursing Care


Specialized comfort caregiving from our amazing Nurses.

Proof of Care's Nurses Can Help:

Our nurses provide a wide range of nursing services for individuals who are home-bound or physically unable to go to a treatment facility or physician’s office. This includes people with disabilities, long-term illness, or recuperating from major surgery. It can also mainly include senior citizens whose families simply need assistance on an as-needed basis. The duties of in-home care nurses extend from taking vital signs (temperature, pulse, and blood pressure) to assessing health needs and progress, wound care and much more.

Proof of Care's Nursing care services ensure that your loved one receives adequate 24/7 care with their recovery or day-to-day activities if they are aged or disabled. Your loved one will appreciate staying at home surrounded by the comfort of their community and familiar surroundings. 

Our nurses also provide you and your family members some form of primary care training that enables you to help out with the care of your loved one when no one else is around. This may be helpful in the event of an emergency situation that requires quick actions. It also helps prevent avoidable incidents.

The Benefits of Hiring On-Call Nurses

The most important goal of home health is ensuring that ill, disabled, and elderly patients receive high quality, compassionate, and personal care. Proof of Care’s primary mission is the provision of personalized care services in the comfort, security, and convenience of your home.

Proof of Care's Nurses Are Present When You Can’t be

If you are providing caregiving from a distance or have a busy daily schedule either at home or work, Proof of Care's nursing services can offer you peace of mind. Trained and qualified nurses make accurate assessments of your home’s safety risks and make the needed corrections – from recommendations for ambulatory assistance to the placement of a mat on a slippery floor. Furthermore, when medical emergencies occur, the on-call nurse is trained to take care of your loved one.


Access to Nursing Care at Home

Proof of Care's nurses are highly trained to offer nursing care at home. This is a huge advantage because your loved one’s care needs are supervised by a skilled professional who ensures that their every need is met.

24/7 Care and Supervision

Our nurses do more than merely helping your loved one heal or go through life. It involves building trust and rapport with you and your patient when you are at your most vulnerable. As a result, on-call nurses spend a lot of time with your loved one and are able to notice any changes in their condition and report the changes to a supervising registered nurse, a doctor, or to you.

Security and Comfort

Easily the number one benefit you or your loved one will appreciate and enjoy from a Proof of Care nurse is receiving care at home. As a senior, you have already grown accustomed to your home for years, and perhaps it’s the place you have lived for most of your life. Therefore, being able to spend your golden years at home while still receiving professional care is definitely a huge advantage. For disabled and ill clients, there is still no place like home. Staying with your family and friends is a massive boost to your morale and overall health. In-home care facilitates you in remaining as independent and functional as possible, providing you with a much higher sense of dignity.

Medication Management

If you or your loved one is on several prescriptions, it can easily get confusing to manage. Proof of Care's nurses can help you come up with a schedule that allows you to keep track of your medications and ensure that you take the right ones at the right times. This will enable you to control your medical condition and prevent any harmful drug interactions.

Tailored Care Services

As we cater to you (or your loved one) at home, we are able to offer you tailored care according to your needs, preferences, and wishes as much as possible. In a care facility or a hospital, nurses look after many patients at once and may best be stretched far too thin sometimes to offer you the proper care you need. Clients who receive one-on-one care at home trust that their care provider knows their individual needs and address them accordingly.

Reduces Re-Hospitalization Rates

Proof of Care's nursing care has been known to help in the reduction of unavoidable readmissions to hospital. Moreover, patients recuperating from injury, surgical procedure, or illness often heal more quickly and successfully when they recover at home as opposed to a medical facility. You can relax knowing that a Proof of Care nurse is always on hand to cater to all your care needs, which gives you plenty of time to rest and recover.

Safety from Infections
Your home offers a safe and clean environment that is free from germs and infections. Your on-call nurse can help sanitize your home and make sure that you do not get any infections during your recuperating period. You stand a higher chance of catching an infection in a hospital or a nursing facility than in your home.

The Love of Family and Friends
At home, you are surrounded by the love and care of your family members and your friends. If you live alone, it is easier for your loved ones to visit you as often as possible to wish you quick recovery, check up on you, or just spend time with you if you are elderly. Knowing that your family cares and supports you is uplifting to your morale.

Keeping Depression at Bay
It is easy to get sad and depressed when you are battling old age, sickness, or disability alone with no one around who cares for you. This is what it feels like for individuals who are hospitalized or are admitted to care facilities. Thus, when you hire on-call nursing services for your loved one, you spare them feelings of negativity that could quickly lead to depression. What’s more, your home offers a familiar and relaxing environment that is conducive to recovery.

Services we can help with include:

  • Complex/special needs

  • IV therapy and maintenance

  • Medication administration

  • Feeding tube management

  • Colostomy care

  • Tracheostomy/ventilator care

  • Dementia/Alzheimer’s support

  • Wound care and dressing changes

  • Diabetic foot care

  • Postoperative care

  • End of life/palliative care

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The proof of care is truly in the Proof of Care. I can’t say enough about Tracy and her team at Proof of Care....

Lori in North Vancouver