Dementia Care Specialists (Home Support Workers)

  Vancouver

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Job Description:We are currently looking for Home Support Workers (Community Health Workers) who have experience working one-on-one with clients with moderate-to-advanced Dementia to work with clients in Vancouver, North and West Vancouver. -Flexible Schedules available (employee’s choice) HSWs work under the direction of our Nursing Supervisor following a Daily Routine to provide home support services to adult and elderly clients. Assist clients with the activities of daily living to promote maximum independence in the community; observe and document on client’s health condition and environment, report significant and unsafe observations and provide support and guidance as well as input and feedback in the care planning process. Requirements: A desire to provide professional and compassionate care to our senior clients. · BC Care Aide registration or equivalent (foreign trained RN, student nurses) · Current First Aid with CPR · Current Vulnerable Sector Criminal Record Check · TB Test & Immunizations up to date Why work for Shylo Home Healthcare? · Shylo has been owned and run by nurses for over 40 years providing home healthcare to Seniors in North and West Vancouver · Competitive salary, annual vacation pay, and one of the best benefits packages in home care · 4 hour minimum shifts · Scrubs provided at no cost to you · Regular training sessions, family social events, health and wellness initiatives · 24/7 office support APPLY TODAY to join our dedicated team of health care professionals caring for clients in our community. Company Description:Shylo Home Healthcare is a successful home healthcare agency on the North Shore, we have been serving the needs of clients in the Vancouver Lower Mainland for over 40 years. We pride ourselves on delivering excellent client service and supporting our valued employees ‒ and most importantly, we have fun! We work as a team and support each other whenever possible.
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Shylo Home Healthcare

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