TLC Muskoka Home Health Care


Why TLC Muskoka

We are Muskoka Health professionals who understand that living in Muskoka is the key to our health and well-being.

We are motivated to ensure that our friends and neighbours, seasonal and year-round, have the opportunity to enjoy Muskoka to their fullest.

The TLC Muskoka team consists of registered nurses, personal support workers, and healthcare aides. We select our staff for their compassion, empathy, and self-motivation. Team members are screened, have current police checks and complete our comprehensive orientation program.

CEO TLC Muskoka Luxury Home Care
Sharron Brock, RN, CEO,           TLC Muskoka Home Health Care

Sharron brings to TLC Muskoka a passion for excellence and dedication to clients. She is naturally caring, and people feel this when they first meet her.

Possessing a diverse work history that includes experience in business ownership, Nursing, teaching and Corporate care in a variety of Health Care settings, Sharron is well aware of the problems individuals face in finding quality health care. This awareness led to her develop solutions to improve the care in our community.

Sharron also has a background in personal care including hairdressing. Sharron knows that small acts of kindness and tenderness can make a great difference in an individual’s day. Again, her natural desire to provide the best care to her clients is the foundation of TLC Muskoka Home Health Care.

Empathetic and compassionate, Sharron is one of those rare people in today’s world, she not only says it but she acts on it.

TLC Muskoka Luxury Home Care, Director of Muskoka Operations
TLC Muskoka Home Health Care, Director of Muskoka Operations

Over the years Linda has worked in a variety of fields. The variety afforded the opportunity to gain perspective. Growing up in her family’s marina on Lake Muskoka she learned at an early age the importance of positive customer service not only for business but clients and staff.

Leaving Muskoka for Toronto, she obtained a position in the Sick Children’s Hospital Psychology Department. Working there Linda learned first hand about the power of inner strength and that “ordinary people can accomplish extraordinary things”.
Returning to Muskoka, Linda's experience as the General Manager of the family marina developed an operational principle of adaptability as the primary requirement for success.
Working with Muskoka seniors, she learned that age is irrelevant and attitude is everything.

Linda firmly believes that smiles and laughter are essential to both career and home.