Last updated October 20, 2021 at 2:00pm
No clients and no staff of any CHOICE Program are currently active with COVID-19.
3rd dose of COVID-19 vaccine
At this time, a third dose of vaccine is available to Albertans aged 75 and older, First Nations, Métis and Inuit people aged 65 and older, and all seniors in supportive living, as well immunocompromised Albertans over the age of 12. CHOICE clients over 75 years of age who live at a congregate living site will be offered the booster dose on site. Those who live in the community may get their shot at a pharmacy, if they are eligible
For more information, visit COVID-19 vaccines and records | Alberta.ca
The Comprehensive Home Option of Integrated Care for the Elderly (CHOICE) assists seniors to continue living independently and in their own home longer by managing all their health requirements.
Clients attend one of three day centres, one to five days a week, and receive services which include ongoing medical, psychological and social support.
Clients health needs are continually assessed and monitored.
Transportation to and from the CHOICE day centre is provided.
Clients may stay overnight at one of the centres while they receive treatment for short-term illness.
Respite care is available so home caregivers can receive a break while the person they care for stays at one of the centres for a few days.
Monday to Sunday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Emergency response is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Choice operates three CHOICE programs at the following locations:
14225 - 94 Street
10404 - 111 Avenue
14225 - 94 Street
Community Care Access is the first point of contact for all CapitalCare centres and programs. Please call 780.496.1300.
Edmonton's CHOICE Programs have been quietly keeping frail seniors out of hospitals, emergency rooms and long-term care - and in their homes where they prefer to age.
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