What Type of Care Will You Provide After Health Care Assistant Training?

Canada’s population is aging rapidly and that means the demand for health care assistants (HCAs) is expected to grow. In fact, Statistics Canada indicates that the job outlook for health care professionals is currently good in British Columbia, including on Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland. If you’re seeking a career that is in high

The Rewards of Working in Hospice Care After HCA School

For many, a career in healthcare is an opportunity to provide compassionate support for their community. Due to the increasing demand in the industry, many healthcare assistants (HCAs) choose to enter hospice work and serve clients in need of intimate, quality care. Although it is one of the more demanding positions in a healthcare career,

5 Tips for Communicating with Elderly Clients after HCA School

Communicating effectively is difficult, and even in the best of situations there can be misunderstandings. When Health Care Assistants (HCAs) enter their field, they should be aware of certain challenges they may face when conversing with elderly clients. Here are some tips to help HCAs make sure their clients feel that they are being heard