Home  Care Service 

For elderly and vulnerable people.

Over the next few years, health care needs for people with loss of autonomy will continue to grow towards Care homes. The shift has already been underway for quite some time, but the stakes associated with this shift are high and provincial resources are limited.

It seems increasingly clear that the use of new ways of doing things and new technologies capable of improving the efficiency of care delivery is necessary. In this regard, there is growing interest in technologies capable of monitoring patients remotely.

Ad Valorem Group offers a monitoring service and continuous improvement of home health care, thanks to innovative technology. The ultimate goal is to provide better service to patients and reduce pressure on healthcare workers and hospitals across the country.

The year 2021 marks an important demographic milestone as it is the first year that Canada’s largest cohort, the baby- boomers, begin turning 75. As a larger share of the baby boomers move into the ages associated with higher care needs, this will result in rapid growth in demand for home and long-term care.


The aging of Canada’s population has pushed up demand for seniors care over the past decade. This trend is set to accelerate. Heightened demand will increase the pres- sure on a system that is already struggling to keep pace with current needs.

As the number of people in older age cohorts continues to increase, so too will demand for long-term care, which is expected to hit 606,000 patients in 2031. That’s an increase of 59.5 percent from 2019 levels. The question of the capacity of the health system facing this new reality is urgently raised, particularly with regard to home care. Over the next few years, therefore, we will not only see an increase in the number of people who will need care, but also an increase in these needs for each person. By 2031, the number of Canadians with home care needs will increase by 615,479 to just over 1.7 million. This represents a 53 percent increase in demand over that time- frame.

By 2031, the number of Canadians with home care needs will increase by 53 percent.

"Home workers spend more hours on activities other than direct intervention with seniors, such as going from one home to another, completing administrative documents or ensuring the coordination of services."

-  Report of the Auditor General, 2022