caregiver working with elder patient

Medical-Grade Products
for Quality Care at Home

MIP Cares provides access to a range of innovative, protective and comfortable
healthcare products, making the care journey easier for
both caregivers and care recipients.

Cleaning & Linen Handling


Incontinence Care


Safe Person Handling


As the senior population grows, and the preferences of elderly care recipients shift toward remaining in the comfort of their own homes for as long as possible, MIP Cares meets these needs by supplying products that provide a quality of life at home, without compromise. Whether caring for someone in a professional or personal in-home setting, products such as bed pads, repositioning systems and clothing protectors are geared to help every step of the way.

Our Social Responsibility

MIP Cares, a division of MIP Inc., upholds and promotes the Rule of Law as per the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labor Organization. These corporate social responsibility (CSR) commitments are outlined in our Employee Guides and managed as part of our ISO Quality System Management Review Process.

MIP Cares ensures that independent audits of its facilities are conducted at least once every five years. We demand and maintain the highest ethical standards in carrying out business activities across supply chains, communities, and the global environment.

While reusable products are often the most cost-effective for our users, MIP made a conscious decision years ago to be proactive when it comes to the environment.

What To Look For In-Home Health Care Products

The stress that in-home care can have on both the patient and the caregiver can be draining. However, caregivers and those seeking in-home treatments enjoy the comfort and freedom of staying at home.

Providing the best possible care with proper home care products can make a huge difference in effective patient care and caregiver support. It is our goal to give both parties as much support as possible. Whether you're purchasing for yourself or a loved one, MIP Cares gives you access to high-quality, reusable products that meet healthcare industry standards.


MIP Cares' apparel line brings together form and function to maintain both the user's dignity and protection. Our apparel is durable and easy to use for both the caregiver and care recipient.


Most hospital beds do not conform to standard twin or double-sized mattresses, so special hospital linens are often necessary when a hospital bed is used in the home. MIP Cares' home care bedding is developed to support the users' needs and well-being. Not only are our bed linens designed to accommodate a range of healthcare mattresses, but our bedding also utilizes fabric technology to offer reliability throughout its use, with additional benefits for skin health, soil release, durability, and comfort.

Cleaning & Linen Handling

When offering in-home care to a patient or a loved one, it's important to maintain a tidy and sanitary environment. MIP Cares offers several products, such as laundry bags and microfiber cloths, to help keep the home clean and your mind at ease.

Incontinence Care

While some people never experience incontinence, on average, 20% of Canadians struggle with the issue, and the number rises with age making it a frequently common problem for the elderly. Caregivers should always manage accidents with as much dignity and patience as possible. Designed with careful consideration of the user's skin environment and comfort and modesty in bed, MIP Cares' incontinence care bed pads and chair pads deliver superior absorbency and protection.

Safe Person Handling

Handling patients and loved ones safely is important to prevent injuries for all parties involved. Using suitable devices and accessories to help you reposition the person safely is one way to ensure proper handling at home. Our reusable, safe person handling line was developed with physiotherapists to properly reduce caregiver neck and back injuries caused by person repositioning. Our breathable and comfortable line of safe person handling products also benefits the care recipient during repositioning.

Home Health Care FAQ

What Is Home Health Care?

Home health care is an alternative to hospital or other institutional care. Such help is carried out by loved ones, caregivers, or other licensed or unlicensed non-medical personnel. Service is based on the individual's needs determined by their doctor's plan of care. Home health care may include house calls made by skilled nurses, therapists, social workers, and home health aides.

What Are the Advantages of Home Health Care?

Home health care is becoming increasingly popular, as most seniors would prefer spending their golden ages receiving care from the comfort of their own home. Home health care enables a person to be released earlier from a hospital and greatly reduces hospital admissions. Most importantly, people are happier at home and tend to receive added care from family, friends, and home health care professionals.

Who Can Benefit From Home Health Care?

Individuals who could benefit from home health care include, but are not limited to, those:

  • Recovering from a recent illness, surgery, or hospitalization
  • Discharged from a nursing home, but are still in need of additional care
  • In need of guidance regarding problems and how to manage their condition appropriately
  • Who are terminally ill and wish to receive end-of-life care at home
  • In need of assistance to live independently at home
  • Who Pays For Home Health Care?

    In Canada, long-term care insurance helps pay for care at home. However, it's best to purchase the insurance when you are healthy. While each insurance plan varies, it will likely include coverage for:

    • Continual supervision by another person due to deteriorated mental abilities
    • Physical assistance with at least two activities of daily living which includes bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring, continence, and feeding
    • Stand-by support for bathing and transferring
    Critical illness insurance pays you a lump sum to use if you are diagnosed with a severe health issue covered by your policy, such as a heart attack, stroke or cancer, and you survive the waiting period. This money can be put towards additional care after your surgery, or help to replace lost wages if a spouse takes time off to help with your care.