Senior Resources Resources

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Celebrate Seniors Month by staying safe!

    Safety Tip 1: Falls or slips getting in and out of the bath/shower is a common problem. Consider adding grab bars near shower/tub units and the toilet to prevent accidents or injuries.

  • Meet our caregiver Masi

    If you ask Masi why she has stayed with Seniors for Seniors for so long she will tell you it’s because of her clients, seeing her clients laugh and smile makes her feel like she truly is making a difference in the world. She enjoys being able to help seniors stay in their homes longer and values the friendships

  • Meet our caregiver Nancy

    Over the course of her four years with Seniors for Seniors, Nancy has been able to develop rewarding and longstanding relationships with her clients and their families. Her dedication to improving the lives of her clients has resulted in friendships that Nancy will carry with her for a lifetime.

  • Meet our caregiver Shirley

    Seniors for Seniors has been able to help many clients from dealing with the emotional aspects of loneliness that can come from being alone in their own home or a retirement facility. Shirley considers working with her clients a pleasure and a privilege she cherishes in her life.

  • Living with family

    It’s difficult for most people to consider moving their loved ones into a ‘care setting’. Many ‘boomers’ grew up watching their parents provide care for their grandparents and either it was an assumption or expectation, that when the time came, they would do the same.

  • Meet our caregiver Ann

    Ann has been successful in fostering relationships and building strong friendships with her clients. Being a Seniors for Seniors Companion has provided her the opportunity to form meaningful connections with the clients she assists, noting that all her clients have deeply appreciated the level of care