Health care trends continue to move toward more effective forms of home-based care for the elderly, as well as those facing post-surgery and illness recovery. As a result, the demand for personal support workers continues to grow. Graduates of this 29-Week program are trained to excel in today’s challenging health care sector, within a community or an institutional setting, leading to jobs in hospitals, educational facilities, long-term care facilities, home-care, and adult day programs.”

Upon successful completion of the program students write a comprehensive final exam set out by the National Association of Career Colleges(NACC).

 

Personal Support Worker Courses:

Personal Support Worker Foundations Safety and Mobility
Body Systems Assisting with Personal Hygiene
Abuse and Neglect Household Management, Nutrition, and Hydration
First Aid/CPR Assisting the Family, Growth, and Development
Assisting the Dying Person Cognitive & Mental Health Issues and Brain Injuries
Health Conditions Academic and Professional Success Strategies/AODA & OH&S
Intro to Windows, Outlook, and Google Apps Personal Support Worker Skills Application
NACC Final Examination Clinical Placement (Community & Facility)
Care Planning, Restorative Care, & Documentation

Personal Support Worker Program Coordinators

Lyne Kennedy, RPN
Program Coordinator
North Bay Campus

Patricia Strain, RN
Program Coordinator
Sudbury Campus

Deborah Snow, RN
Coordinator/Instructor
Barrie Campus

 Mona Labranche, RN
Lead Instructor
North Bay Campus

Tricia Blay, RPN
Clinical Instructor
Sudbury Campus

Kristine Andreadis, RN
Instructor
Barrie Campus

Rachel Cotter, RN
Clinical Instructor
Barrie Campus

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