Overview - Types of Care
This option provides a home for people who are not able to live
independently in their own homes because of complex health and care
needs. Facility living provides round the clock nursing and personal
care in a supervised, secure and home-like setting.
CapitalCare operates six centres:
Kipnes Centre for Veterans
This option combines round the clock health and personal care
with housing designed specifically for people eligible for
continuing care. This option is available to those individuals or
couples who are capable of living independently and can make
decisions, but can no longer meet all of their own care needs
because of medical conditions or disabilities.
CapitalCare Adult Duplexes allow disabled adults to live
independently in a group home setting.
House Lynnwood and
Laurier House Strathcona offer the comfort and privacy of a personal residence, together with
the peace of mind that comes with knowing assistance is there when
The CapitalCare Alzheimer care centres,
McConnell Place North,
McConnell Place West and
Alzheimer Care Centre, provide safe
and secure residential environments for those with a specific
diagnosis of Alzheimer’s.
This option helps medically fragile people to continue living
independently and in their own homes longer by assisting them with
their health and personal care requirements.
There are various home living programs available throughout the
Edmonton region, including
CHOICE and Community Programs.
programs operate out of day centres. Participants are transported
from their homes to one of the day centres up to five days a week
where they receive a full range of medical, psychological,
therapeutic, social and supportive services from an
To be eligible
for any of these types of care, a person must be assessed by
Community Care Access.