Support services (Current Employee) – Viking, AB – 11 November 2015
Absolutely loved working with the residents. Everyday was always new and different, despite being in the same building with the same staff. I would really enjoy being able to stay in Health Services, I take a lot of pride in helping people that are in need. Just to sit with a resident and have a cup of tea to make thier whole day. I still casually pick up shifts here.
Household support worker (Current Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 20 October 2015
since I work in this company I learned a lot from my co worker and all the people around me, this kind of job is not easy because were dealing with seniors who had some kind of sickness like dementia, Alzheimer's and many more, but at the end of the day you will realized that this seniors needs your help. and I know myself that I did a good job. I take pride in my job and its nice to see the smiling faces of the people whom I working with. I have always my Tender Loving Care to all my residents that I'm working with.
productive work place with wonderful hard working team
Dietary Aide (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 September 2015
I love my job, I get to learn and experience something new every day it makes my job challenging while rewarding in the same time, I have wonderful team mates and a experienced understand manager, knowing every ones need which make the job challenging and meeting new residents by fulfilling there needs makes my job rewarding .
Recreation Aide (Former Employee) – St. Paul, AB – 3 July 2015
Typical day at work : Ensure safety of the elderly Engage residents to challenging activities that stimulates mental function and promotes socialization Serve meals and ensure resident’s safety during meal time Ask residents for their meal of choice the next morning
I have learned to work with hot headed and short tempered elders.
The management is very organize and fair.
The hardest part of the job is to put others first before yourself.
The most enjoyable part of the job is to see my residents happy and contented.
Two 15-minute breaks and one 30-minute lunch break
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 1 July 2015
This type of job roles around "clicks" your either in or your out, as childish as that is and high school it sounds, its the sad truth of these unions, Choose your battles carefully and words especially to the right people. Great pay, not such great hours depending where you sit with seniority
Nursing (Former Employee) – York St sudbury – 12 June 2015
I worked at Extendicare York and had a very poor experience. Management is overworked and takes it out on front line staff at times. Most of the Frontline staff is fantastic except the few bad ones ruin it for everyone. They will bully you and make working there unbearable and management will do nothing. In fact, some will just bully you themselves. Save yourself the stress and don't work there.
Clinical Coordinator (Current Employee) – London, ON – 11 June 2015
Extendicare London offers a wonderful learning experience to new staff. The Staff makes you feel welcome and they are very receptive to your queries and answer questions as able or they point you in the right direction.
The inside and outside environs are very clean and you can see that the staff take pride in the services they offer to these Residents.
The hardest part of my job is losing one of the Residents when you have developed a professional relationship with.
I take each day as a learning experience and go home to reflect on what I have done and whether I made a difference today
Cook (Current Employee) – London, ON – 27 April 2015
Preparing food daily as outlined on menu Serves food using therapeutic chart; knowledge of their diets Organizing food preparation to ensure all meals and snacks are served on time Responsible for the care and operation of food service equipment
Charge Nurse (Current Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 11 March 2015
It's the hardest job you will ever love. Starts with report. Next, being sure everyone is aware of their assignments. And then I make rounds. Care planning and MDS RAI Providing treatments Working as a team to provide the best care possible