Serving Residential and Community Care Homes for the Elderly in Manitoba

HEALTH CARE AIDE (HCA) TRAINEE POSITIONS AVAILABLE WRHA MARCHE member facilities August 4th, 2022

POSITIONS ARE ONLY OPEN TO EXISTING UNCERTIFIED HEALTH CARE AIDES AND ARE CONDITIONAL UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE 7-DAY MICRO-CREDENTIAL OR APPROVED EQUIVALENT AND AN APPROVED HCA TRAINING PROGRAM.

POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT PERSONAL CARE HOMES THROUGHOUT THE WINNIPEG REGION. CLICK ON APPLY AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POSTING FOR POSITION INFORMATION BY SITE.

Education/Qualifications

Position Overview

Under the general supervision of the Manager, RN, RPN, and/or LPN, the uncertified Health Care Aide works with all members of the Personal Care Home health care team including certified Health Care Aides assisting with resident care and providing basic supportive care as directed including:

Physical Requirements

Pledge for care home beds falters July 11th, 2022

https://ee.winnipegfreepress.com?selDate=20220705&goTo=A004&artid=1

Manitoba care homes say they’re chronically underfunded, understaffed, need government to help May 18th, 2022

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/personal-care-homes-funding-1.5648106

New National standards for Long-Term Care available for public review March 31st, 2022

The Health Standards Organization’s new Long-Term Care Services standards are available for public review and comment. These national standards aim to help Long-Term Care homes provide safe, reliable, compassionate, and high-quality care by prioritizing resident rights.

Read more and have your say: Long-Term Care Services – HSO Health Standards Organization

MARCHE commends government for creation of Department of Seniors and Long-Term care January 20th, 2022

MARCHE applauds this Government for the creation of the portfolio of Minister of Seniors and Long Term Care and congratulate Honourable Scott Johnston in his role as Minister. This is the first Manitoba Government to recognize that Long Term Care is a critically important and complex program, serving our most vulnerable persons. It requires a provincial lens and this appointment recognizes all of those things.

Manitoba Seniors in care are reliant on us to advocate, for not only their health care needs, but for their dignity and quality of life. They are also reliant on us to keep them safe; and to ensure that we work hard every day to meet all their needs.

We look forward to working closely with the Honorable Scott Johnston, Minister of Seniors and Long Term Care. We know that we can offer the expertise and knowledge that will assist the Minister. We look forward also, to the actions that we anticipate from our partnership with the minister. Now, with the Honorable Scott Johnston as the inaugural Minister for Seniors and Long Term Care, Seniors have a voice.


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