DSO Information

Care and Caregiver Concerns

To understand your situation better, we will need to ask some important questions during our meetings. These questions will be about the kinds of medical or behavioural support your family member may need. We will also ask questions about safety to help us learn more about how those needs affect the well-being of the person you care for.

We will also talk about any personal health or family needs that you may have as a parent/caregiver.This can help us understand the urgency of a person's situation. Some caregivers do not want to talk about these needs in front of their family member. If this is the case, we can go over your answers in private after the second interview. You can also choose to answer the questions on paper and give them back to the assessor later.