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Welcome to Comfort Keepers® of Ottawa, Ontario - The Heart of Home Care


When it comes to Home Care - People Make All the Difference.  We call our special people Comfort Keepers


In 2005, Shari Westman launched Comfort Keepers home care services in Ottawa.  Since then, our clients and their families have entrusted Comfort Keepers to provide home care solutions that improved the quality of life of seniors and others and better enabled independent living in our community.  John Kelly joined our team in 2011, and we continued to help Ottawa area seniors live happy, healthy lives in the comfort of their own homes by providing quality, compassionate senior care and safety technology solutions to preserve independence and contribute to a better life.


Comforting Solutions - The Right Care for Every Client


Today, our home health care services are not only available in private homes, but also in retirement homes, nursing homes, long term care facilities, and hospitals.  We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  We know that each client has different home care needs and that is why we customize all of our services to suit the needs of our clients and their loved ones.

If you or someone you love is becoming less able to care for themselves, please let Comfort Keepers help.  Whether it is meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping, grocery shopping, other errands, transportation, medication reminders, or more personal care such as bathing, toileting, feeding, or dementia care ... Comfort Keepers is here to serve you.  We serve Ottawa and the surrounding area including: Ottawa, Nepean, Gloucester, Orleans, Kanata, Barrhaven, Cumberland, Stittsville, Vanier.


Contact us today and tell us about your family's home care needs: 613-820-1612



Comforting Moments

  • Good Nutrition and Its Impact on Alzheimer's Disease

    Alzheimer’s is a progressive, incurable, fatal disease that usually strikes the elderly but can occur in people as young as age 40. This disease is the most common subclass of dementia, which is a term used for any number of diseases that affect memory and intellectual ability to the point of interfering with a person’s everyday activities.

  • Food Safety for Seniors: Avoiding Illness Through Proper Handling and Storage

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH), Senior Health reports that approximately 76 million Americans get food poisoning, or foodborne illnesses, each year, and of those about 5000 die.

Service Listing

  • Companion Care / Patient Sitting
  • Home Safety Solutions
  • Homemaking Services
  • Housekeeping
  • Incidental Transportation
  • Personal Care

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