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Personal support worker in a nursing home talking to a resident
22 Jan 2021

Home Care vs. Nursing Home: PSW Career Paths

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    Personal support workers are individuals who have undergone specialized training in order to provide supportive care to patients or clients. PSWs are responsible for ensuring the physical and psycho-social well-being of the person/people that they care for. It is an important role to their patients, the patients’ family, and the…

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    Personal support worker pushing a disabled client’s wheelchair
    08 Jan 2021

    The Pros and Cons of Becoming a PSW

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    Thinking of becoming a personal support worker (PSW) in Canada? If you are passionate about helping the eldery, those who are disabled, or those who are ill, and would like…

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  • Personal support worker in home-care putting on a mask
    22 Dec 2020

    Why You Should Become a PSW in a Pandemic

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    The demand for personal support workers (PSWs) is higher than ever before. In 2020, there were more personal support workers retiring than those starting their career. This trend is expected…

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  • A PSW helps an elderly man walk with his cane
    10 Dec 2020

    Top Hard & Soft Skills You Need as a PSW

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    If you want a fulfilling healthcare career that allows you to directly make a difference in the lives of your clients, then becoming a personal support worker is the job…

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  • A personal support worker playing puzzles with an elderly client
    27 Nov 2020

    How to Know if a PSW Career Is Right for You

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    Personal Support Workers (PSWs) are individuals who are trained to provide supportive care and ensure the physical and psycho-social well-being of their patients or clients is looked after. A PSW…

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