Autopilot™ is an Edmonton-based home care service inspired by wellness.
In this home care stream, a Registered Nurse (RN) works with you to optimize your health at home. Our home care nurses have additional training in health coaching, counselling, nutrition & exercise prescription. They are trained to support you, with the goal of improving your life at home.
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Video calls are confidential and use private videoconferencing and e-mail technology for your visit. During a video call, we will talk about your health concerns and options available for your care.
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* See Schedule of Health Service Fees for an itemized list of nursing fees
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 9 1 1 or go to your nearest Emergency Room.
This home care stream was designed to support people living at home with:
- Daily living fatigue from complex conditions (e.g. COPD or heart failure)
- Reduced independence after major health events (e.g. hip fracture or heart attack)
- Symptom distress from chronic conditions (e.g. chronic back pain)
Prior to admission to this specific stream of home care, a phone call and/or virtual consultation with a Registered Nurse is required. There is no cost for this call. During this call, the nurse will review your health goals, answer your questions about this program and introduce other options for community care.
What is Autopilot™?
|Designed to shift living patterns at home.|
|Flexible and adaptable care.|
|Focused on your goals.|
|Focused on your environment.|
|Dedicated to improving Quality of Life.|
In the Autopilot™ home care program, our home care nurses focus on what is possible for your health at home.
Health beliefs shape what possibilities are revealed or concealed as part of a person’s unique health journey. For example, some people believe companionship and housekeeping are fundamental to home care. Other people believe home care should fix gaps in personal care. Autopilot™ works with these beliefs to create new patterns of living based on scientific understandings of health. We do this because the ‘everydayness’ of living can obscure personal understandings of health. Our nurse-led team provides expert guidance to identify your pattern of living and chart course towards a new path in life.
What Autopilot™ is not
Most people would benefit from nursing care that addresses their quality of life first. However, the Autopilot™ home care program is not intended to support people primarily coping with psychological challenges. In this case, our Neuron™ home care program might be a better fit for you. Autopilot™ is a comprehensive home care program that integrates supportive care, counselling, nutrition & exercise coaching into your daily life. Our works is focused on designing new patterns of living within your own home environment.
Why choose Autopilot™?
- We place your Quality of Life at the forefront of care.
- We have adopted a unique model of care to understand living patterns and identify what is possible for your health, using an evidence-based nursing approach.
- We work closely with other professionals and health-care services to mobilize the best possible team to resolve your health concern.
Why not call a nurse to discuss how you are living with health concerns? Get in touch when it’s convenient for you, and let us look into a range of care options for your particular health question.
Other care options are also available in the Edmonton area.
There are many other community supports available to Edmonton residents. In many cases, public services could be a better fit for your particular health needs.
Alternate care options include: *
AHS Continuing Care Access manages access to publicly-funded home care in the Edmonton area.
Health Link Alberta (811) provides free navigation, health advice and referral to provincial health services.
Brain Care Centre provides services and social supports to Edmonton residents with acquired brain injuries.
* ConsortiaCare.ca provides links to these external providers to help Edmonton residents self-refer to the best possible services for their health condition.