Victoria, Southern Vancouver Island (area 1)

Christie Eng

I often spend time in a senior's home in the morning, cooking and cleaning and doing personal care. Then switch to my I dependant outreach clients. Picking clients up, as their handicaps require transportation, blood work, nursing and doctor appointments, shopping, out for hot chocolate. Sometimes we have the time to visit some farm markets, a beach or the butterfly garden. In the winter we have spent time cooking together, or doing art.
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Victoria, Southern Vancouver Island (area 1)

Elsa Lee

Helping residents for their daily life
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Victoria, Southern Vancouver Island (area 1)

Barbara Clouston

Everyday present a support group with up to 26 clients and all the demands that encompass working on behalf of our clients.
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Victoria, Southern Vancouver Island (area 1)

Julia Allain

Eight hours with no scheduled breaks or lunch time. If you get a chance, you eat something or have a coffee, while still meeting residents' needs and answering the phone and doorbell.
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Victoria, Southern Vancouver Island (area 1)

Jacqueline LeMaistre

Typical? A lot of housekeeping duties and paperwork with a spattering of crisis and violence.
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Victoria, Southern Vancouver Island (area 1)

Cheryl Henley

Somedays are a non stop kaleidoscope of drama, verbal abuse, "street business" being dragged inside the building, people in crisis, people high on various substances, psychotic episodes, people with no hope who desperately want help that we don't have the resources to provide. Other days are calm and are days when what you think is a small thing or a few words, or a listening ear makes the world of difference to someone.
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Victoria, Southern Vancouver Island (area 1)

Brigitte Leblanc

Feelings, emotions, stressors, and being emotionally available at any given time without compromising my own well-being
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Victoria, Southern Vancouver Island (area 1)

Desiree Cabecinha

Every day is different, it shifts between completing client records, reports, attending meetings, advocating for individuals, providing parenting support strategies, and working individually with the child or youth. The hours vary yet the main times I will see clients are after school hours, between 3pm-8pm.
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Victoria, Southern Vancouver Island (area 1)

Karen Wickham

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Victoria, Southern Vancouver Island (area 1)

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