With Nurse Next Door you and your family can rest easy, knowing your loved ones are getting consistent, expert care.

With Nurse Next Door you and your family can rest easy, knowing your loved ones are getting consistent, expert care.

Neighbourly care for Mom or Dad that’s devoted and safe

Expert at-home care that goes beyond physical health, and helps seniors do what they love

You’ve faced the emotional challenge: accepting that your parents aren’t as young as they used to be, and you can’t offer all the care they need. You’ve faced the social challenge: having the hard conversation with your parents, and convincing them that now is the time to hire an at-home caregiver. Now all that’s left is finding a trustworthy, talented Caregiver — and that’s no easy task.

You need someone qualified, who’s been trained to support the healthcare needs of people with dementia, recovering from surgery or who just need a bit of extra help. You need someone reliable, so you never have to worry that your loved one is alone in a moment of need. And because it’s about caring, not just healthcare, you want someone familiar, who will build an honest friendship with the whole family.

For families in Surrey, Delta and Richmond, the answer is Nurse Next Door. Their Happier Aging goal isn’t just to keep loved ones safe. It starts with one simple question: What did you used to love doing that you no longer do?

Consistent, expert care, 24 hours a day

With Nurse Next Door you and your family can rest easy, knowing your loved ones are getting consistent, expert care. They specialize in aging, but care for clients of all ages and situations. Caregivers are talented and experienced, and consistently retrain to refresh their skills. They undergo thorough background checks, and you’ll have peace of mind knowing you’re receiving licensed, bonded and insured care. But quality care is about more than just paperwork:

  • 24/7 support: Yes, you can sign up for round-the-clock care. You can also call Nurse Next Door for support the minute you need extra help. This 24 hour support also ensures you get the care you signed up for — support staff will ensure Caregivers are on time, every time.
  • Consistent care: At your caring consult Nurse Next Door will learn about your loved one’s needs and find a Caregiver whose talents, training and personality make a great match — they call it the Perfect Match Promise. Your loved one’s Caregivers will stay consistent to build trust, and genuine friendships.
  • Large talent pool, local care: Nurse Next Door is a respected international company with over 200 franchises around the world, and their headquarters is right here in Vancouver. With over 20 years of experience in Vancouver they know what works, and can offer reliable, personalized care that works locally.

Ready to get started? Call the Nurse Next Door care team 24/7 at 604-595-1680, or visit nursenextdoor.com to learn more.

At your caring consult Nurse Next Door will learn about your loved one’s needs and find a Caregiver whose talents, training and personality make a great match — they call it the Perfect Match Promise.

At your caring consult Nurse Next Door will learn about your loved one’s needs and find a Caregiver whose talents, training and personality make a great match — they call it the Perfect Match Promise.

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