Spectrum News Resources

  • Meet our caregiver Stewart

    One thing our Seniors for Seniors Companions have in common is their dedication to providing quality elderly care and assistance. This is true for Stewart M, who has been proudly working with Seniors for Seniors as a Drop-In and Driver Companion for over 11 years!

  • Seniors for Seniors launches video series for Seniors' Month

    While our caregivers provide quality care in order to improve the lives of our clients, they often feel as though their own lives are enriched to an even greater extent, thanks to the wisdom and friendship they receive in return from their clients. That is why we believe this video series will have an impact on people.

  • Caregiver Profile: How to enjoy working decades after retirement

    Joan has done quite a few roles while working for Seniors for Seniors; she has been a live-in and drop-in companion, driver and house cleaner. Each position has offered her a uniquely rewarding experience. She has had so many wonderful clients over the years that working has never really felt like real work.

  • Sometimes life’s challenges can result in great rewards

    This was the case for our caregiver Margaret who suffered a serious health crisis in 1998 that had her questioning her ability to ever enter the workforce again. After two years of treatment and recovery, she stumbled upon an ad in the Hamilton Spectator for Seniors for Seniors.

  • Recruitment fraud warning

    It has come to our attention that individuals have made fictitious online job postings purporting to be made by Spectrum Health Care (“Spectrum”), with the apparent intent of luring prospective applicants to websites that purport to be operated by Spectrum. Such postings and websites are fraudulent.

  • What's new with Spectrum Health Care Foundation?

    Spectrum Health Care Foundation has been doing big things! Our foundation has been actively involved with many organizations that provide services to children, youth and adults across the GTA. Here is what we have been up to so far this year.

  • Our nurses did it again!

    The Toronto Star Nightingale Award is presented each year to an Ontario nurse who goes above and beyond to provide exceptional care. To be featured as a nominee is a tremendous honour and we have had the privilege of having over 30 nurses on the nominees list over the last 10 years.

  • Spectrum Health Care Foundation: From BBQs to parties

    In case you missed it, here’s what the Spectrum Health Care Foundation has been up to in 2017!

  • Spectrum Health Care Foundation: From BBQs to petting zoos

    Recently Spectrum Health Care Foundation had the amazing opportunity to sponsor and volunteer at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health’s (CAMH) annual BBQ and Peel Children's Centre’s (PCC) annual summer camps. Here is a quick recap on the events.

  • Look who else is turning 40 this year!

    Spectrum is not the only one turning 40 this year! Look who else made their debut in 1977.