With Our In-Home Care, Seniors Will:
- Preserve independence & dignity
- Enjoy their home & familiar surroundings
- Feel safe, secure & cared for
- Maintain health & wellbeing
My elderly parents needed extra care quickly starting November 2020. I interviewed a number of home care companies but was most impressed with JLF’s willingness to accommodate their uncertain requirements including several 24 hour shifts immediately. The caregivers are kind, attentive, caring folks. Communication by the caregivers regarding any issues is very important and JLF is prompt and follows up. Scheduling has been flawless. Everyone – family and mum and dad – are very grateful and happy with JLF . I would not hesitate to recommend them!!
Ruth A., Nanaimo
We provide warm and supportive company for your loved one so they feel cared for and enjoy themselves!
From meal preparation to cleaning, our full home support services ensure your loved one maintains a healthy diet and has a clean, safe home.
Our professional, compassionate personal care services provide dignity and independence for your loved one as they progress through any challenges.
Our reliable 24-hour senior care provides peace of mind and meets the needs of our clients at any time of the day or night.
Many senior caregivers are family members providing invaluable support to their loved ones. Respite care provides a much-needed break to take care of their own needs.
We provide in-home care services for individuals of all ages, such as post-hospitalization care, surgery recovery, and long-term support for those with disabilities.
Rana Weisz is the Senior Care Specialist for Just Like Family providing in-home senior care in North Vancouver Island. With more than a decade of experience as a residential manager for long-term care facilities, Rana’s knowledge is a great asset to clients and families. Her problem-solving skills, kindness, and honesty help families navigate their unique journeys. Rana loves to develop relationships, providing peace of mind to her clients—whom she comes to see as part of her “family.”