Greywave

Greywave

Nova Scotia

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A chronic illness suddenly becomes a crisis ... Mom or Dad are changing and maybe they have dementia … seniors know they are struggling and want to plan to move to assisted living … an elderly family member falls and breaks a hip … a primary caregiver can no longer manage … immediate family members live elsewhere….
Many families face a crisis as loved ones age and their needs change.  At Greywave we know that finding and navigating the resources, services and information you need is difficult, time consuming and frustrating.

At Greywave, we understand what services and funding are available through government programs, community resources, and private companies. We can help you navigate all the options available and help you connect with the most appropriate companies and services.  We can assess your current needs and with you, develop the most effective, affordable and practical plan to remain at home or move to a supportive living environment. We can help provide you peace of mind knowing that you have all the information you need to make the best care options for you or your loved one.

How we can help you and your family

Navigation of the public and private care options

Assessment of care needs and recommendations of services

Hospital discharge planning

Long term care navigation

Future planning consultation

Family mediation

Dementia care coaching and support

Care Management

ACDMA Capacity Assessments

Marie-Claire Chartrand MTS, RSW, Cert EM

Marie-Claire Chartrand, our lead senior care consultant bases her practice on her 30-year career with Nova Scotia’s Continuing Care Program. She has unparalleled experience helping clients navigate the private and public health care systems. Marie-Claire is a Licensed Social Worker and has worked across the healthcare spectrum, in hospitals and the community, with both palliative and geriatric clients and their families. She has a Social Development Studies degree from the University of Waterloo and a Master's degree in Theological Studies from the Atlantic School of Theology.

Nova Scotia’s only Elder Mediator, certified by Family Mediation Canada, Marie-Claire is skilled at helping clients manage complex family relationships to achieve their goal of helping loved ones. Marie-Claire provides services in both English and French.

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