Complex Care is referred to as extended care, intermediate care, long-term care or residential care. Complex care is provided in a community care facility. It provides a higher level of personal assistance than assisted living. Complex care is for people who require 24-hour supervision, personal nursing care and/or care by an interdisciplinary team including nursing, social work, spiritual support, recreational activities and complementary therapies (touch, music, art)
The guide offers lots of helpful information such as:
- How sleep (and lack of it) impacts our body, how much sleep we need as we age (chart included), and the dangers associated with sleep deprivation.
- How crucial sleep is for a child's development as well as how to help kids fall asleep and create a healthy bedtime routine.
- Information about poor sleeping patterns and insomnia, what causes them, and advise on how to more easily fall asleep and get enough rest.
- Other helpful FAQs and additional useful resources for your readers.
The Shuswap Region Better At Home Program serves Seniors who live
in the North and South Shuswap, Salmon Arm and surrounding areas, Sicamous,
Malakwa and surrounding areas, Enderby and surrounding areas. Our mandate is
to provide non-medical services to people in these communities so they can stay
in their homes as long as they are able.
Bower's team offers a wide variety of funeral, memorial and celebration of life services, as well as an aftercare program. They accommodate all faiths, and also offer celebrant services for those requesting a non-religious service.
A non-profit organization located in Vancouver dedicated to improving the emotional and spiritual health of our communities by assisting families with cancer, and their health care providers, to explore illness and/or death openly and consciously. Weeklong retreats and ongoing support programs are offered by a team of health care professionals.
Camp Skylark is an annual, weekend-long bereavement camp for children ages 7-12 who have experienced the death of a loved one. The camp is located near Hope, B.C.
The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based charitable organization of volunteers whose mission is to eradicate cancer and enhance the quality of life of those living with the disease.
There is a branch office in Salmon Arm.
This Canadian Association is a national voice for Hospice and Palliative Care in Canada. They advocate for quality end-of-life care which includes public policy, public education and awareness.