October 2022 marks the 19th Health Association Nova Scotia-Sponsored Continuing Care Month campaign!

The purpose of this promotional campaign is to increase public awareness and recognition of this important sector and the contributions of its employees. The people who work and volunteer in continuing care are making a remarkable difference in the lives of people of all ages who need care and support in their homes and communities.

The goal of the annual campaign is to recognize and celebrate the commitment to quality, compassion and caring by the employees delivering care. Every day in Nova Scotia, continuing care employees go above and beyond to meet the unique needs of their residents/clients, ensure the highest quality of care, and help them to live their lives to the fullest in the place they can call home.

Why I Love Working in Continuing Care?

See why people love working in continuing care and how rewarding it can be!

Shania Fougere, CCA – Home Care

Giving clients their independence, meeting the new elders in the community, and hearing the stories they love to tell.

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Mary Ann Clyke, CCA – Home Care

Helping the seniors stay in their own home as long as possible, which makes them feel more comfortable that they are in their own environment.

Peggy Jack, CCA – Home Care

I enjoy going into a client’s home, and you can see them getting better and stronger so they can stay in their own home. Seeing a change in a client makes you feel better about yourself.

Heather Reay, CCA

I like working here because we’re a family, I love coming to work and it really doesn’t feel like work.

Ashley, CCA

I started working here as a teenager. Mountain Lea Lodge is like home to me.

Tanya, CCA – Home Care

The job was made for me! I love people and I love helping people.

Hiring CCAs, LPNs/RNs and Allied Health!

Seeking a career where every day is different and every day is rewarding? Consider Continuing Care.

We are Now Hiring CCAs, LPNs/RNs and Allied Health!

What is Share the Care?

Through the collaborative efforts of Health Association Nova Scotia and its members, we have created a platform to share the many positive experiences of people benefiting from continuing care services and their families.