Montreal

4464 Ste. Catherine West   |   Westmount, QC H3Z 1R7   |   Call: 514-907-5065

Serving Greater Montreal including Laval, South Shore and West Island

Keep seniors independent…

Millions of seniors use home care to remain independent as they grow older. Home Care Assistance allows seniors to live safely and comfortably where they most want to be-at home. We provide the most reputable and compassionate home care services in the industry. Home Care Assistance promotes health and independence for seniors while offering support and respite for their loved ones,

Staying independent is the best way to go!

HCA vous procure la tranquillité d’esprit grâce à son service LiveIn

Ayez l’esprit tranquille en sachant que vos parents peuvent compter sur les services d’une aide à domicile. Toutes nos aides doivent réussir un processus de sélection à quatre volets.

Home Care Goes Private

Read about the story of when Owner Tim Thomas' 88-year-old mother-in-law broke her hip and later suffered complications. Tim Thomas found himself scrambling to find help for her.

Why Choose Home Care Assistance


We strive to provide the best service. Here are a few reasons, among many others.

Check MarkLive-in Experts

We specialize in around the clock care to help seniors live well at home.

ClockAvailable 24/7

Care managers are on call for clients and their families, even during nights and weekends.

CertificateHigh Caliber Caregivers

We typically hire only 1 in 25 applicants and provide ongoing training and supervision.

BalanceBalanced Care

Our unique approach to care promotes healthy mind, body and spirit.

No ContractNo Long Term Contracts

Use our services only as long as you're 100% satisfied.

Peace of MindPeace of Mind

Independent industry surveys place our client satisfaction rate at 97%.

A Trusted PartnerA Trusted Partner

We’re honored to be Preferred Providers for professionals in both the medical and senior communities.

Cognitive TherapeuticsCognitive Therapeutics

Our proprietary cognitive stimulation program addresses cognitive decline, building on our expertise in brain health.

Our Story


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Home Care Goes Private

When his 88-year-old mother-in-law broke her hip and later suffered complications, Tim Thomas found himself scrambling to find help for her. “We didn’t know where to look,” to arrange home care so she could return to her apartment in Hudson, west of Montreal, Thomas said. “There’s no McDonald’s of home care.”

Thomas initially turned to the non-profit Victorian Order of Nurses (now called NOVA Montreal), and his local CLSC. But these groups couldn’t provide enough hours, so Thomas hired private caregivers.  Trying to find “quality people,” to provide private help was “frustrating,” he said.  His experience persuaded Thomas there was a pressing and growing need for assistance for the elderly.   After researching the market, he decided to fill part of the gap himself.  Last May (2007), he became the first Canadian franchisee of Home Care Assistance, provider of home care services ranging from bathing and dressing to light meal preparation and running errands.   Close to a million seniors living in private homes already receive informal or formal help for a long-term health problem or physical condition, according to Statistics Canada.  That includes such services as household work, shopping, transportation and personal care.  The older the senior, the more likely it is they get that help from a formal source – government, private or non-profit. What’s more, the  numbers of Canadians age 65 to 74 and above 85 are projected to double in the next 20 years. As that happens, privatized care for the elderly seems a sure bet.

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Watch the Latest Video From Home Care Assistance


Our population is aging rapidly, and with an aging population comes an increased need for different care options. Many people still believe that moving into a facility is the only care option available. In reality, 9 out of 10 older adults have expressed a strong preference to “age in place” or stay in their own homes. This is the preferred alternative for the vast majority of seniors and one which can easily be achieved by enlisting help from a family caregiver or by hiring a professional caregiver from a reputable agency to provide in-home care on an hourly or live-in basis.

In an effort to further our mission to change the way the world ages and educate people about home care as a viable option, we have created a short, animated film describing the basics of in-home care and how caregivers can help older adults maintain independence at home.