Spectrum News Resources

  • Questions to ask when hiring an event medical service

    Hiring the right event medical service team is essential to the success of your event. When planning an event you are liable for the safety of your guests, therefore you must feel confident that the event medical services team you are using will be able to support the needs of your attendees.

  • How to get the most out of your volunteers

    Volunteers often are the back bone to many events. Although volunteers are often behind the scenes, they provide tremendous amounts of support with event planning, logistics and execution. An important aspect of event management is keeping volunteers motivated

  • Tips for a safe & spooky Halloween

    Whether you’re a child, parent/caregiver or a homeowner, we all play a part in keeping neighbourhoods safe during Halloween Here are some quick tips to keep yourself and others safe:

  • Planning an outdoor party? Read these tips before you do!

    Summer is a great time to entertain friends and family outdoors. Before you plan your next outdoor party, be sure to follow these simple tips to pull off a successful soiree.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • Meet Our Caregiver Shirley L.

    When asked to describe a favourite companion/caregiving experience or story, Shirley reflects fondly on her female friend and their shared musical tastes, remembering the smile and laughter on her face, and the way she would still tap her feet along to the music, even in her declining days.

  • Meet our caregiver Helen

    Helen notes that working for Seniors for Seniors doesn’t feel like work because it is something she loves to do! “It gets me out of the house and makes me feel valued,” she explains. Having witnessed first-hand how busy Long Term Care homes can get, Helen understands that providing one-on-one care and support