Better at Home is a community-project funded by the BC Government and managed by the United Way of the Lower Mainland in partnership with Sunshine Coast Community Services Society. It supports seniors to live in their own homes, age with dignity, and stay connected with their community by providing community-based non-medical home support services using a mix of paid staff and volunteers.more info
Choice in Supports for Independent Living (CSIL) is a direct funding model of self-managed home support for people with high physical care needs.
Instead of paying a home support agency to provide services, we provide you with money to hire your own home support workers.
CSIL places greater responsibility on you but also gives you greater flexibility, choice and autonomy to manage your home support services.more info
Christenson Village offers seniors multiple levels of support and the opportunity to age in place, including: 60 assisted living suites, three 10-bed dementia care cottages, and 50 complex care suites.more info
Specialized mental health services for 65 or older who are affected by a decline in cognitive status; the recent onset of a major affective disorder or another mental illness. Multi-disciplinary assessments consist of psychiatry, nursing and occupational therapy. They also provide Therapy Support groups for caregivers and support and education for persons having received a diagnosis of early stages of dementia. Providing service from Langdale to Egmont.more info
Help for vulnerable adults/seniors who may be experiencing abuse and/or neglect.more info
The Society has a host of activities, is open to all over age 40, and is located in the Harmony Hall of Gibsons, BC, Canada on the Sunshine Coast.more info
The Sunshine Coast Lions Housing Society own and operate Greenecourt, which provides 139 units of affordable housing to seniors 55 years and older as well as for adults of any age with disabilities. 22 units provide supportive living with 2 meals per day. The remaining units are for independent living.more info
Help on the Way provides the community of the Sunshine Coast with a variety of home and health care services. Elderly and infirm clients can safely remain in their own homes and enjoy the surroundings they are accustomed to, offering a viable alternative to a care home.more info
The Home Adaptations for Independence (HAFI) program provides financial assistance to help eligible low-income seniors and people with disabilities in British Columbia to continue to live in the comfort of their home. more info
Provides a range of support options designed to help people with ongoing health conditions to remain in their homes and to be as independent and safe as possible. Services include grooming and hygiene, bath assistance, mobility/lift assistance, medication assistance, nutritional assistance and family/caregiver respite. Eligibility and degree of service subsidy is determined by case manager.more info