In a recent Stats Canada report, receiving senior care at home Dementia care Alzheimer’s care was a reality for 2.2 million Canadians or 8% of the Canadian population aged 15 years and over. In most cases, care recipients relied on the help of family and friends, though they often combined this care with help from professionals. In general, care from family or friends differed from help from professionals, involving a greater range and number of tasks, and differing in nature and intensity. A greater need for professional services was mentioned.
Big Hearts Home Healthcare Dementia care, Alzheimer’s care, Post Surgery Care, Postpartum Care, in home senior care was established to fill this need. After thorough research, we found many senior home care recipients experienced delays in service or had to fulfill eligibility criteria. They either didn’t have a wide array of services to choose from or had to deal with faceless franchises.
Big Hearts Home Healthcare revolves around the philosophy that we are family. We provide a wide range of Senior Home Care services in a timely fashion. We are locally owned, provide a personalized touch to home healthcare, affordable prices, free monthly trips, and donate to charitable causes. Our caregivers are qualified, insured, experienced, compassionate and cheerful, patient, and love to plan activities.
We look forward to establishing a genuine, lasting relationship with you and being your go-to home health care , Post surgery care , Dementia care , Alzheimer’s care , Long term Senior care , Home Nursing provider.
Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce
Featured Member | Big Hearts Homecare
Big Hearts Home Care is a family owned and operated business with a head office located in Coquitlam, BC. As proud members of the Tri-Cities, our goal is to provide valued service to our neighbours, friends and fellow community members.
Our Founder and Executive Director, Fatma Taha, has lived in the Tri-Cities for 22 years.
Fatma has been involved in the healthcare field for many years. She started her career as a physician, then moved on to assume several roles; as a member of the senior management team at several major BC hospitals. Her role predominantly involved monitoring the quality of patient care. She also managed infection control and patient safety initiatives at Fraser Health Authority, in particular, the Authority’s 12 acute hospitals and over 20 residential homes and home health initiatives.
Fatma holds a Masters of Public Health degree from the University of British Columbia and a Certificate with honours in HealthCare Quality Management from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.
Fatma has also worked as a healthcare educator in Canada and abroad. She offers free health presentations to the general public at public libraries, and to seniors at senior centres. Learn more about these presentations’ schedule at “Events”
Fatma is well known for her compassion towards patients, and more recently, towards seniors and others in need of help while living in the comfort of their own home.