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Helping seniors get into the holiday spirit

For many seniors, the holidays can be a less than joyous occasion. Thankfully there are ways to make sure that seniors feel included and are a part of the holiday cheer.

  • Brian is our August Employee of the Month!

    Every month we select a Seniors for Seniors’s Senior Companion who goes above and beyond their job description to make sure that our clients feel valued and cared for. Our August Employee of the Month is Brian Armstrong!

  • Meet our July Employee of the Month!

    Each month we highlight a Seniors for Seniors’s Senior Companion who goes above and beyond their job description to make our clients feel special and well taken care of. Our July Employee of the Month, Barbara Bryant, has been a reliable, dependable and loyal employee since October 5, 2006!

  • Meet our June Employee of the Month!

    Each month we highlight a Seniors for Seniors’s Senior Companion who goes above and beyond their job description to make our clients feel valued and special. June’s Employee of the Month is Mary Scot Magill!

  • Our February Employee of the Month is Kim!

    We would like to introduce you to our February Employee of the Month, Kim Mclaughlin. Kim was chosen because of her kindness, compassion for the elderly and for her attention to detail while she is with her clients.

  • Mardi is our January Employee of the Month!

    Have you met Mardi Masewich, our January Employee of the Month? Mardi works out of our Seniors for Seniors Ottawa branch and was chosen because of her friendly attitude and care towards all her clients.

  • Meet our Employee of the Year!

    It was a tough decision to make as we have so many amazing employees in our Seniors for Seniors family but we finally have our Seniors for Seniors 2018 Employee of the Year! Neva Gayle was chosen for this prestigious honour because of her big heart and love towards her clients.

  • Soins de santé

    Spectrum Health Care est une vaste organisation de soins infirmiers et d'aide familiale qui procure des services de santé communautaires depuis 1977.

  • Get help with cancer care

    If you, a family member or a friend have been diagnosed with cancer you may be feeling worried, scared or even lost. Here are a few helpful tips to remember during your health care journey.

  • Get help with senior care

    A vast majority of seniors are choosing to stay in their own homes to receive care. You may find yourself joining the over two million families in Canada who are informal caregivers to their loved ones. If you are about to embark on the journey of family caregiving here are some helpful tips to keep in mind.

  • Helpful links to various health care organizations

    If you or your loved one are looking for organizations that can help you navigate your current health care journey, please see the following helpful links.