Celebrating Continuing Care
The month of October marks Continuing Care Month in Nova Scotia, when we recognize the important role this sector plays in our communities and society.
The NSGEU represents hundreds of members working hard in Continuing Care: whether you are coordinating care, or delivering it in peoples’ homes or in long-term care facilities, we thank you for the important work you do.
This year’s Continuing Care Month theme is Continuing Care: Your Home, Our Passion. The theme reflects the underlying message that every day in Nova Scotia, the people who work and volunteer in continuing care make an incredible difference in the lives of people who need care and support in their homes and communities. Continuing care providers consistently go above and beyond to meet the unique needs of their clients and ensure the highest quality of care.
From October 11th to 15th, Continuing Care Month celebrations focus on the Continuing Care Assistants, and their dedication and commitment to care. We know you are working under very challenging conditions, and we will continue to work to improve your working lives so you, in turn, can continue to support your clients. We extend our very heartfelt appreciation to you all.
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