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Eldercare Monitoring Services

What we can do for you:

  • Be your eyes, ears, and voice as necessary
  • Observe, record and report  


Watching out for elderly loved ones can be a rewarding but difficult experience, especially if we live at a distance or have other commitments or limitations that prevent us from being fully present to oversee their care and safety in the short- or longer-term.


Whether your elders on southern Vancouver Island are living independently, in assisted-living, or in long-term residential care, when you need another set of eyes we can help.


Whether you live at a distance and can only visit periodically, you live locally and need be away for a time, or simply don’t have enough time, when you need a stand-in we can keep you informed and connected.


Whether you need a little help sorting out smaller care issues or a lot of help dealing with a care crisis, when you need support we can help you navigate the eldercare system and get the answers you need.


If you have concerns about safety, theft, or wandering, or find evidence of something not right (e.g., unexplained bruising, damaged clothing, unusual behaviour) or when evidence is needed to support the use of physical restraints (e.g., seatbelts on wheelchairs, bed rails) or to demonstrate the need for restricted access to an individual’s private room, we can help.


In Context offers:

  • Professional in-person care monitoring and assessments of individual, social and environmental factors that improve or interfere with safety
  • Video monitoring to identify risks and/or gather evidence when appropriate   
  • Assistance and advocacy during critical incidents and while family members travel from out of town, and more

Please select from the dropdown menu or call or email to arrange your free, no obligation consultation                                   

(+1) 250-385-0030 (Pacific Time Zone)

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