Offers support to caregivers from the emotional and physical demands of caring for a loved one.

4470 Clarence Taylor Crescent
B.C.V4K 3W3
Phone: 604-952-3552
Fax: 604-946-6953

Address Notes

Home health caregiver respite services are arranged through the Delta-South Home Health office located in the same building as the Delta-South Public Health Unit.

Parking and Transportation

Public transit is close by. Parking is available.


You must meet eligibility requirements to receive Home Health services.

You can access caregiver support services through your Home Health care provider. Learn more about accessing this service.


Some services are provided free of charge while others include a cost based on your after tax income. Learn more about the costs of Home Health services.

Language (s) Offered

Primarily English, although translation services can be made available if sufficient notice is given. It is suggested to bring an interpreter if understanding English is difficult.


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