To provide excellent home care assistance and support to you and your loved ones, who wish to remain living in the comfort of their own homes. We are committed to providing professional, ethical and quality home care and home support services.
At Daughter for a Day, we believe it is possible for seniors to Live Well In Their Own Home. This is our goal that drives everything that we do. When seniors are able to remain living in their own homes that they love in the community that they know, it gives them a sense of satisfaction, well-being and happiness. Many seniors feel forced to move into an assisted living facility or seniors residence. This is because they don’t want to be a “burden” to family members or are unaware of how to find a caregiver who is caring, responsive and professional. This caregiver needs to help with the things that they need help with, in order to continue living independently. Daughter for a Day is committed to being that caregiver and providing the highest quality non-medical at-home support service with dignity, compassion and respect. We believe that everyone should Live Well In Their Own Home – Home is where the heart is!
Elizabeth Shewchuk, President of Daughter for a Day Seniors Care Ltd. During her own family search to find assistance for their elderly mother, Elizabeth, recognized a need for non-medical home support and care for elderly seniors in the Lower Mainland, and founded Daughter for a Day. Through her own families experiences, Elizabeth understood that elderly family members want to remain in their homes as long as they can. Elizabeth then decided that Daughter for a Day would provide in-home support and care, so seniors could do just that.
Elizabeth lives in North Vancouver and spends her free time exploring the beautiful North Shore area after moving to Vancouver in 2009 from Toronto. She is one of 7 children and has an aging mother who now lives in assisted living in Saskatchewan. Until recently she lived independently in her own home. Elizabeth is a grandmother of four beautiful little girls – Ella, Emma, Noa and Abigail and one incredible little boy Nathan (who has her number).
Elizabeth enjoys volunteering in her community and is a member of the Kiwanis North Vancouver, she has earned the designation of a Certified Professional Consultant on Aging (CPCA) and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP). Elizabeth also has recently completed her certification as a Beyond Driving with Dignity Professional.
Daughter for a Day is also Veterans approved.