We're Hiring!

If you think you might have what it takes to be part of the Co-Aide Home Support Team contact us today. More information on current and future employment opportunities are posted on the Employment page.

Intake and Needs Assessments Provided

Approved Government Service Provider

Our Intake Team is available 24 hours/7 days a week.

Bonded and Insured

About Us

Co-Aide was established in 2003. Owner and founder, Liz McFadden saw a need for homecare support for seniors and the disabled. Soon after, the business expanded to include mental health and family support services.

Our services are extensive and include supporting seniors, those with mental and physical disabilities, families who need help with parenting, grief couselling and foot care.

If We Can Help, Please Call Us
- Liz McFadden
President, Co-Aide Home Care and Support Services Ltd

Co-Aide Home Care Support FAQ

What is Home Care Support?

Home Care means that you can live in dignity and in the privacy of your home while receiving the care you may require no matter what age you are, or what your health and mobility problems are. Someone maybe in need of nursing care, unable to prepare their meals, need assistance with personal care, homemaking services or sitting at the hospital with your loved one.

Do we still receive quality care with a private agency?

YES! All our staff are experienced, qualified, and caring dependable people that can offer you the personalized care that you need.

Just how much will it cost me for your services?

Depending on the needs of our clients, our fees are set to ensure quality care is provided. It is important to note that we are a recognized Government Service Provider. Many of our services may qualify under your private insurance plan.

It is very hard to have someone come into my home and carry out functions that are personal.

We understand this. Respecting the dignity of the individual is of prime importance to us along with establishing a trusting rapport.

More About Us

from August 4, 2007

In an article published in Moncton This Week, reporter Stacey Merrigan interviewed Liz McFadden. Read more...

from September and October 2006

In 2006 Co-Aide Support Services received the prestigious Excellence Award nomination Read more...