Provincial Services Director Lindsey Cooke says the organization has been working with MyCare to bring Care Possible to the province to grow care giving capacity especially in rural and remote communities.
Cooke adds people looking for work as a support worker don’t require specialized skills or certification.....
“We’re looking for kind caring people that want to do really rewarding work in their community so it’s great if you’ve got some experience maybe caring for loved ones or caring for children, supporting persons with disabilities but that’s not a prerequisite. If you’re someone that thinks this might be a good career path for you we’d really welcome those workers to our platform.”
Cooke states background checks are in place for support workers to ensure safety and trust on the platform. Visit care possible DOT ca to learn more.