Home care
  • Home Care Assistant   |
  • Entrepreneur   |
  • Work in a CLSC Setting
Programs-Home Care

Program duration Number of semesters
1 Year 3

Program Description
Home care assistance students are trained to provide basic care and services to persons of all ages who are sick or who have physical or mental disabilities on the basis of a care plan. This involves offering the basic care that they are trained to provide, helping clients carry out their everyday activities, helping them organize their living environment, ensuring clients’ safety and intervening in crisis or emergency situations. Students also learn to help clients integrate and socialize in individual or community activities. All of these tasks require establishing a relationship of trust with clients and those close to them. Home care attendants also receive training in providing care and services in the home.

Career Choices
  • Home Care Assistant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Work in a CLSC Setting
  • To help various kinds of house-bound people; people who are elderly, handicapped, sick or convalescent (e.g., people with AIDS or cancer)
  • To work in a multidisciplinary team
  • To administer basic care
  • To prepare meals
  • To move patients safely
  • To carry out household tasks
  • To establish an effective helping relationship
Admission prerequisites
  • Higher Secondary, Diploma or/and recognized equivalent
  • A minimum of second division i.e. overall 50% in academics
  • Fluency in English with a level of IELTS 6.0 band preferred but not less than level 5.5
  • Applicants from China/Korea and other Non-English speaking countries should take English Second Language to meet the admission requirements if they do not have IELTS 6.0
  • Or equivalence as established by the ministère de l’Education, du Loisir et du Sport or the ministere de l’Immigration et des Communautes culturelles
Program Modules
Occupations and Training  
Client Needs  
Infections and Contamination  
Workplace Ethics  
The Helping Relationship  
Team Interaction  
Physical Illnesses and Disabilities  
Mental Health Approaches  
Basic Care Procedures  
First Aid  
Palliative Care  
Job Search Techniques  
Activities of Daily Living  
Occupational Therapy  
Family and Social Context  
Everyday Domestic Activities  
Medications and Basic Invasive Care  
Home Care  
Program Schedules
  • January
  • May
  • September

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