In B.C., care and support are available from both publicly subsidized and private pay providers for people having difficulty coping with activities of daily living because of health-related problems or a life-threatening illness.

Call the Home & Community Care office in Cranbrook,   (250) 421-8912

Contacting Interior Health when relatively healthy is recommended, so that if/when a problem arises, one is all set to implement services (without having to do all the paperwork while client is in duress). 

United Way's Better at Home program helps BC's older adults continue living independently in their own homes by providing simple,non-medical home support services. It's unique 'seniors planning for seniors' approach means older adults contribute to the design, operation, and evaluation of their local program.

If you are new to the group, kindly call Carey at 250-489-9401 before attending the meeting.

Do you support a spouse or common-law partner, or a dependant with a physical or mental impairment? The Canada caregiver credit (CCC) is a non-refundable tax credit that may be available to you.

Changing or customizing your residence to accommodate your ever-changing needs allows you to remain in the same home or community and live safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of your age or ability level.

Home Adaptations For Independence (HAFI)

The HAFI program provides financial assistance for home modifications that help eligible low-income British Columbians with mobility or health issues continue to live in their home.

The home owner grant reduces the amount of property tax you pay for your principal residence.

Click here for application pdf

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Free kits are available for pick up at the United Way office at 903 Baker Street in Cranbrook. You can also contact Carey Henry, Seniors Navigator with Seniors in Partnership by emailing or by calling 778-517-5123.

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