Ottawa-Carleton, ON
Info Cart -
Community Care Access Centres (CCAC)
Community Care Access Centres (CCAC) help provide home care, which are services at home for those recovering from illness or injury, and for those with chronic illness or disability.  CCACs also provide in-school services to children with disabilities so they can fully participate in school.
Services may include case managers, community support workers, social workers, psychiatric nurses, occupational therapists and even cleaning staff, who can visit an individual at home to provide help with daily living (e.g. meals, groceries, finances). Assertive community treatment (ACT) team members may also conduct home visits.
To find your closest CCAC anywhere in Ontario, you can contact the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care at 1 (800) 268-1154.
4200 La Belle
Ottawa, ON, K1J 1J8 Map
Ages served: All ages
Languages served: English, French
Fees: None
Area Served: Ottawa-Carleton

Programs/Services Include...

Royal family health care services
Royal Family health care services
We provide one & one care support with

Royal Family health care services give Home healthcare services that encompass a wide range of specific services that can be provided in a person's home. Here are some common examples:

Skilled Nursing Care: Registered nurses or licensed practical nurses can provide medical care, including administering medications, wound care, monitoring vital signs, managing chronic conditions, and coordinating with doctors.

Physical Therapy: Physical therapists help individuals regain strength, improve mobility, and recover from injuries or surgeries through exercises, stretches, and other therapeutic techniques.

Occupational Therapy: Occupational therapists assist individuals in regaining or developing skills for daily activities like dressing, grooming, and eating. They may also recommend adaptive equipment to enhance independence.

Speech Therapy: Speech therapists help individuals with speech, language, and swallowing difficulties, providing exercises and techniques to improve communication and swallowing function.

Medical Social Services: Medical social workers provide counseling and support to individuals and their families, helping with emotional and social needs, connecting them to community resources, and addressing concerns related to healthcare decisions and transitions.

Home Health Aides: Trained caregivers or home health aides assist with personal care tasks such as bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, and mobility support.

Medication Management: Healthcare professionals can help with medication organization, ensuring the correct dosage and timing, and monitoring for potential side effects or interactions.

Chronic Disease Management: Royal Family Healthcare providers can assist individuals with chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease, or respiratory conditions, offering education, monitoring, and management strategies to improve health outcomes.

Palliative Care: Palliative care focuses on improving the quality of life for individuals with serious illnesses, providing pain management, symptom control, emotional support, and coordination of care.

Respite Care: Respite care offers temporary relief to family caregivers by providing assistance and supervision to the individual in need, allowing caregivers to take a break or attend to other responsibilities.
Commercial Janitorial
Housekeeping cleaner service
Custom home
665 Montréal
Ottawa, ON, K1K 0T1 Map
438-342-7638 (Crisis Line)
Ages served: All ages
Languages served: English, French, Spanish, English
Fees: Yes ($25 hours)
View in Google Maps
Enter your address (street, city, postal code) to get directions to this site

This resource is listed under these topics

Medical Services
Long-Term Care Facilities for Seniors
Home Supports
Last modified Feb 5, 2024 11:08am
Was the information on this page helpful?