Spectrum Health Care

Our vision is a world where people, especially our seniors, have the choice and confidence to be cared for at home.

Spectrum’s Total Care chart

Spectrum’s Total Care

We’re dedicated to enhancing the patient experience through our diverse service offerings — we call this total care.


Personal Support

Personal and home support are types of home care services that focus on helping patients remain independent and in their homes for as long as possible. Services include:

Home Care Support

  • Conduct weekly grocery shopping
  • Prepare light snacks or meals
  • Provide light house cleaning
  • Do laundry
  • Run errands

Personal Support

  • Assist with grooming and toileting
  • Assist with bathing and dressing
  • Assist with completing tasks
  • Accompany to appointments


Spectrum Health Care’s home care nursing services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be provided in a variety of settings including private homes, schools, workplaces and community facilities. Our nursing services include:

  • Advanced illness and palliative care
  • Post surgery/wound care
  • Alzheimer's/dementia care
  • Stroke care
  • Diabetes care
  • Foot care

Senior Services

Our unique approach to senior care pairs seniors with age-appropriate caregivers who provide assistance while sharing common experiences and fostering genuine relationships. Services include:

  • Drop-In Companions
  • Live-In Companions
  • Overnight Assistance
  • Alzheimer's and Dementia Support
  • Homemaking
  • Driving Assistance
  • Hospice Support and Respite Care

Specialized Services

Spectrum Health Care's dedicated team of medical professionals are able to offer specialized services that suit your health care needs. Specialized services include:

  • Foot care clinics
  • Workplace flu clinics
  • Physiotherapy
  • Employee health & wellness

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Janice helped my mom with her diabetes care when I couldn’t be there. We are so grateful for the wonderful care she received.

Linda, London, Ontario (Health Care)

Not only was Nigel dependable and incredibly knowledgeable, he was sensitive to my father’s condition and very kind and sympathetic to what our family was going through. It was so clear that Nigel is a professional, and that he truly values the work he does, and the people he helps.

Wendy, Toronto, Ontario (Health Care)

Peter kept my dad company when I couldn’t be there. We are so grateful for his friendship, kindness, and care.

Susan, Toronto, Ontario (Seniors for Seniors)


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