“It’s our nature to care. We provide quality care at affordable rates to the Greater Toronto Area and surrounding regions,” Vivienne Dickson, co-owner and CEO of A Supreme Nursing and Home Care, told Eyes on a visit to their offices.
Jamaican born Dickson and her Caribbean team with an executive member serving in Bosnia, as I pen this column said the firm is a provider of quality RNs, RPNs. And PSWs, including health care aides for nursing and retirement homes, hospitals and home care.
Their vision is to be the most respected nursing agency in the health care field and their mission is to provide the highest quality of compassionate care to clients, recognizing the diversity of both of their staff and clients so they ensure their services will always reflect those values.
Dickson said they work for a common goal, the care of their clients with a staff that is licensed, registered and certified and carefully screened through police checks and references. Dickson said the staff are all bonded and insured, multilingual and multicultural.
She said the staff and management stress integrity, dedication, passion and safety, noting that A Supreme Care creates for all in their care an ethical, moral and respectful environment.
“Our strength and depth is reflected throughout our organization” with dedication to providing world-class care that will enhance the lives of elderly clients who wish to remain in their homes.
Dickson said passion is what drives them, she told Eyes.
“We are passionate about the services our caregivers provide.”
She said their caregivers want to help reduce the burden associated with caring for your loved ones.
As for safety, “You will feel confident to leave your loved ones in our care as we pride ourselves in ensuring quality caregivers that are experienced and professional.”
Dickson noted that “Our rates are very competitive and affordable. Itemized invoices are provided on a bi-weekly basis and receipts are promptly issued.
“Services rendered are pre-approved by clients at a fixed hourly rate.
Included in their home and private care services are alzheimer and dementia care, acquired brain injury care, mental health care and post-surgical care,
Wait, there is more. A Supreme has established a foundation, the brainchild of a powerful team: Winston Johnson, Vivienne Duett and Dickson.
Former World Breast Foundation president Leila Springer is responsible for raising funds for the A Supreme Foundation.
And with the Ontario government’s launch of their Seniors Community Grant Program that will provide funding for non-profit community groups for projects that encourages greater social inclusion, volunteerism and community engagement for seniors across the province, this is more good news!
“The work you are doing relates to this, so I’m encouraging you to access this fund,” then parliamentary assistant Mitzie Hunter told the A Supreme Foundation launch.
Now an associate minister, Hunter said the grant is part of her government’s plan for seniors and strives to help them stay safe and healthy, vibrant and active, by investing in long-term care, “thus making the world a better place.”
For more information, contact Dickson at 416-781-7687.