We can be trusted to get things done. We strive to provide a service that is based on these core values relating to trust:
Efficiency with a smile represents one of our core values. We are just a phone call or email away. Call us to discuss how we can start helping you or your loved one.
Our core values that speak about support are: Knowledge and communication.
Providing a non medical personalized service that is genuinely caring, compassionate and respectful.


There are times in life when everyone needs a helping hand to maintain balance, autonomy and to create a quality of life that promotes health and well being. We all have demands placed on our time and resources, demands that can sometimes leave us feeling a little overwhelmed and in need of some sort of assistance! Huron Home Helper is offering just that assistance. Our quality home help services will provide non medical domestic aide services, respite care as well as community liaise services.

clients say

"Kim is very reliable and caring. She has been extremely resourceful and brightens my day with her smile. I would recommend Huron Home Helper to anyone who is in need of a cheerful, efficient and a caring helper."
Ms. Ferne Gregiore RN
Senior Citizen

from the blog

March 27, 2013  |  admin  |  off


We strive to provide a service that is based on these core values relating to trust:

Confidentiality- we will adhere to a confidentiality agreement signed by both parties that will protect your rights and personal information

Accountability- we will listen to your unique needs and try to always meet these needs. If there is for some reason something that does not satisfy you we will be glad to listen to your concerns and do everything in our power to make things right.

We are properly insured and bondable and have had criminal reference checks done

March 15, 2013  |  admin  |  off

The Demography Division of Statistics Canada predicts that the number of seniors will surpass the number of children aged 14 and under for the first time ever sometime between 2015 and 2021. They predict that the population of seniors will rise from 13.9% in 2009 to between 23% and 25% in 2036.
“Projections also show Canada will have far more very elderly people. In 2009, there were roughly 1.3 million people aged 80 or over. According to the medium-growth scenario, this could increase to 3.3 million by 2036.The number of centenarians is projected to triple or quadruple, depending on the scenario. There were about 6,000 centenarians in 2009.” 1