Home to Home New Beginnings for seniorsHome to Home is care planning, care management and transition assistance business based in Vancouver, B.C.   We offer services to help seniors plan out their senior living options and facilitate lifestyle changes.  Our mission is to enable smooth transitions by offering expert and personal guidance in the facilitation of solutions as lifestyle changes occur.

Our care planning and care management services help seniors navigate the private and public senior living and healthcare systems.  Our planning efforts help our clients develop a “roadmap” to enable them to prepare for changes as life evolves.

Our transition services help seniors to make a smooth move and downsize into their new home, whether that be a seniors residence or an independent home.

Our care management services help family members who are busy or live out of town manage and monitor the ongoing care of their loves ones.

Our executor support services help executors in dealing with many aspects of handling estates, including inventory, appraisal, liquidation and distribution of assets to beneficiaries. Our expertise can make the process smoother and more manageable.

Guts - Female Organs - Human Anatomy Aging and DigestionAs we age, a number of different changes can occur to our body, including to our digestive system. There are a variety of reasons for the change, including medication side effects, inactivity, and dehydration. Here are some common conditions of the digestive system which occur more frequently the older we get. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)…more
Closeup cropped image, doctor performing physical exam, palpation of lymph nodes. Young male physician and elderly sick patient, isolated white background. Patient visit, appointment, care concept Thyroid and AgingThe thyroid is an important organ in your neck responsible for maintenance of your metabolism, heart, bones, muscles, and other organs. Thyroid issues become more common as we age. Women are at an even increased risk – 20% of women over the age of 60 have issues with their thyroid. Because growing older can mean many…more