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Service Description

Helps people who need acute, end-of-life, rehabilitation, maintenance, and long-term supportive care to remain independent at home.

Services include:

  • Assessment
  • Case management and care coordination
  • Nursing
  • Homemaking that includes personal care, respite and home management
  • Meal service.

Additional Services may include:

  • Home maintenance
  • Volunteer programs, such as visiting, security calls, and transportation
  • Therapies.


The Saskatchewan Health Authority provides home care services directly to clients based on assessed need.

Application Process

Call the phone number for the community nearest to you via the SHA website.


Individual fees are based on the client's income and the number of services delivered. Clients have the opportunity to apply for a subsidy. Professional services such as nursing assessment/care coordination, therapy, or volunteer services are provided without charge to home care clients. Visit the website for further information.

Individualized funding is an option that can give you increased choice and flexibility in home care. You, or your guardian, receive funding to arrange and manage your own support services. Funding is based on assessed need and is used for supportive home care services, such as personal care or home management.

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