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Medical Alert Service

Your home is usually seen as a place where you feel most secure. However, about one in three people aged 65 and over fall; the biggest cause of these falls is environmental (The physical places).
The resulting fear in these elderly people can compromise their self-confidence, precipitate the decline of their capacities and lead them prematurely to their accommodation in residences for the elderly (CHSLD).

For your safety and peace of mind in the comfort of your home, the SPCV Company is there to help you take the steps for you with the Philips Lifeline company, the number 1 medical alert service in Canada.

This service will allow you to have quick access to help, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, while enjoying life from the comfort of your home, enjoying peace of mind and having the freedom to go anywhere with confidence.

This medical alert service is ideal for elderly people living alone, having a poor health condition and a high risk of falling. It is also recommended for people with reduced mobility who cannot reach the telephone in an emergency. In the event of an accident, medical emergency or fall, Philips Lifeline‘s medical alert service can put you in direct contact with assistance, all at the push of a button. So you won’t have to use the phone.

Medical Alert Systems You Can Depend On

Lifeline allows you to maintain your lifestyle with 24/7 access to help.


Care equipment and other supplies

The SPCV team has expertise in the process of acquiring the equipment, the utility and the use of this equipment. The nurse, the occupational therapist, and the physiotherapist of the company can provide you with necessary advice for the acquisition and use of the products and materials you need.

Our team can accompany you at your home and provide advice on the use of the following products and materials:

  • Incontinence products
  • Cannes, walkers
  • Wheelchairs, tricycles, and four-wheelers
  • Support bar
  • Safety products for bathrooms, showers and baths
  • Wheelchair lift
  • Armchairs, adjustable or handicap beds and mattresses
  • Disposable gloves (and other protective equipment)
  • Any other adapted medical supplies

Tax credit for home-support services for seniors

Pour For people aged 70 and over, choosing to stay at home is now easier, since the government offers a refundable tax credit, representing 35% of home care expenses. Whether you need specialized care, assistance with daily living activities, or housekeeping services; these services are eligible for the government tax credits..

The tax credit is equal to 35% of eligible expenses, the maximum eligible expenses for a person :

  • Autonomous is 19500, a credit of $6825,
  • Non-autonomous is 25500, a credit of $8925.

Additionally, SPCV can verify your eligibility for various existing government programs, for insurance coverage, and for various grants that can help you reduce your expenses.