LNS offers a wide range of services, with four main service areas: assisted living, continuous care, transportation and medical.

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While this year has been challenging to say the least, there’s good news for those wanting to stay healthy, safe and comfortable at home: friendly support is here!

By delivering a variety of medical and non-medical care to the Lower Mainland, the knowledgeable healthcare professionals at Lifeline Nursing Services help to bring stability home, explains Mikee Antonio of LNS.

Using a person-centred approach in their practice affords them the flexibility to suit whatever level care may be needed. And, with more than 30 years of experience, you feel confident knowing your loved ones are receiving the best care!

Transportation services support anyone requiring assistance leaving their homes, whether that be just to get out momentarily for an outing or to help with moving out of your home – the LNS team has got you covered.

Transportation services support anyone requiring assistance leaving their homes, whether that be just to get out momentarily for an outing or to help with moving out of your home – the LNS team has got you covered.

LNS offers a wide range of services, with four main service areas:

  • Assisted living – Designed for those living a mostly independent lifestyle, who can make decisions on their own but still need help with basic daily activities. Services could include housekeeping, laundry, grocery delivery or even recreational activities. It’s an excellent way for you to maintain independence, while still receiving the additional support.
  • Continuous care – For those needing routine assistance and support, this may see staff assisting with both medical and non-medical services and can include dementia care, for example. Intensive visits either daily, weekly, or multiple times a day are curated with the goal of bringing you back to a comfortable state.
  • TransportationTransportation services are designed to help individuals who need assistance leaving their homes. Whether it’s a drive to an appointment or to enjoy some recreational activities, LNS is committed to making transition smooth and effortless.
  • Medical – Designed for those needing medical help at home, this option specializes in routine assistance and treatment. Recognizing compassion and commitment as the cornerstones of efficient care, services may include training, routine check-ups or restorative care, for example.
LNS helps keep you safe, healthy and comfortable in your home.

LNS helps keep you safe, healthy and comfortable in your home.

No matter which service is selected, you can rest assured that the Lifeline Nursing Services team will treat you like their own extended family! From healthcare to basic aid, to grocery deliveries and weekly checkups, LNS helps keep you safe, healthy and comfortable in your home.

To learn more, visit them online at lifelinehealthcare.ca, call 604-729-9985 or email info@lifelinehealthcare.ca

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