Our Services

When you want help with caring for mom and dad. putting some fun back into mom and dad’s life. driving to appointments. cleaning your home. taking care of your spouse with dementia so you can have a break. care so you can heal faster after a hospital visit.

Our #1 Resource!

Care & Company is currently our number one resource for companion care, and we value their services tremendously.

Christina Scott
Prior owner of Craigdarroch Care Home,
written in 2013


  • Home Support

    Whether providing home support or companion care, our workers develop relationships with our seniors thereby supplying them with the much needed consistency of care and support they crave.  Some of the things you could receive help for are meals, medications, driving to appointments and cleaning.

    Read more about Home Care.

  • Live In Care

    With live-in care, we’ll help you or your parents live comfortably in their own homes. You’ll get the support you need – attention during the night, help getting ready in the morning, meals, light housekeeping and medications. You or your loved ones will be able to keep the lifestyle you love for as long as possible.

    Find out why people choose live-in care.

  • Companionship

    Maybe you work and want someone to take your mom or dad to coffee, the movies, a drive or to feed the ducks in Beacon Hill Park. Or maybe you’ve lost a spouse and miss having someone to do things with. You’ll find our companions friendly and easy to talk to. They’re interested in hearing about what matters to you, and learning about travels and children. Some people schedule visits several times a week for their parents. Others schedule a weekly outing for themselves.

    Read more about our companion services.

  • Respite Care for Caregivers

    Are  you looking after someone with long-term or hands-on disease?  You know all too well that being a caregiver wears you down. Make sure you get some care yourself … so that you’ll be there to help your loved one. Most clients schedule a weekly or twice-weekly visit so that they can go to the spa, have lunch with friends, read a book behind a closed and locked door, or do something that relaxes and revitalizes them. It’s important to have rest – after all, the Bible records that even Jesus understood the necessity and took time away.

    Read more about respite care for caregivers.

  • Alzheimers and Dementia Care

    Are you caring for someone with Alzheimers or dementia? Or does a family member have memory issues but insists on living on their own?  We’ve helped many families in Victoria care for their loved ones by providing dependable and caring home care.

    Find out more about how we help people with dementia.

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