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Your Home Instead Senior Care franchise owner possesses a heartfelt desire to work with seniors in her community. It's the reason why she was chosen to serve seniors and their families right here in Sudbury, ON. Learn more about her passion for making a difference in the lives of seniors in your community.
Wayne is an important part of the Home Instead Family and will ensure his team is providing excellent client service to the senior community in the Greater Sudbury and Algoma District. He has a natural knack when it comes to leadership and continuous support to his team and colleagues. His patience and understanding is a quality that will be an asset in moving forward with the future of our services and our community. He enjoys the outdoors, fishing, camping and family time at the lake. Wayne has been an important part of the Home Instead Family for many years but now, he is looking forward to continuing his support by accepting a position as Director of Operations at the Home Instead Office in Sudbury.
What are the common characteristics often used to describe Nikki? Well she has been told by her peers that she has a driven personality, a positive attitude and dedicated work ethic!
Nikki started her career with Home Instead Senior Care back in 2015 coordinating the Be a Santa to a Senior program. The success of that event launched her journey in enhancing the lives of older adults as she transitioned into a full time Community Outreach Coordinator. Within her four years as a Community Outreach Coordinator, Nikki has developed many partnerships, organized various community events, and positioned the company as a trusted resource in the community. Nikki loves working for a company that is dedicated to helping others and is motivated by endeavors that make a difference in her community. For example, she is a co-host of Ageing in Action TV show on Eastlink and organizes the ever-growing Ageing in Place Symposium. Nikki provides various educational presentations, works with her team on special projects and coordinates community events. Nikki's educational background in Theater Arts has allowed her to take her creativity and dynamic personality with her in her work pursuits, which gives her a unique advantage over her colleagues
In her personal life, Nikki is married to her husband Bryan and they live together with two fur babies named Lola and Jasmine. In her spare time Nikki enjoys singing, songwriting and most importantly being a fur mama!
Since my start at Home Instead, I have learned so much about our community and the great people who make it. My goal as the Inquiry Specialist is to continue to build trust and emotional connection with others and always bring to mind a true Home Instead experience. I am dedicated to working hard in the effort to help other people, while at the same time, providing an old fashioned quality of life for my family. Outside of work, my family and photographing people are my passions.
As a previous Home Instead Senior Care employee, Rayanne is proud to be back and being part of the team again and being just as passionate on continuing care for our clients as when she first came on board.
Rayanne is a highly motivated Bilingual Human Resources Management Graduate, PSW and Child youth worker, who has 10 years of experience working with the vulnerable population, high risk clients, case managing and programing. She constantly demonstrates positive leadership and communication skills in all aspects of her work and community life. She is dedicated to applying Social Work practices and principles as well as offering holistic approach towards clients building independence. Rayanne has professional experience working in residential settings and with community based organizations with proven ability to take direction and work within mandates and protocols. She also enjoys spending time with family and her dogs.
With 13 years experience in the Health Care field and customer service. Natalie has joined the Home Instead Senior Care team confidently in her new role as Office Coordinator. Her willingness and dedication to helping the elderly and their families within our community is done with great passion and with an open heart.
Natalie's communication and listening are just a few skills out of many and one of her greatest attributes. She is always willing to contribute in any way possible.
Natalie also enjoys spending time with her dog Diesel by her side. They as a duo go kayaking and camping as a few examples, also she enjoys spending time with her daughter and family.
We would like to introduce a new member of the team, Amanda Clement. Amanda has a diploma for Occupational therapist assistant/ Physiotherapist assistant, she worked as s physiotherapist assistant for four years. She then went back to school and has been working on her Human Resources Management certificate through Cambrian College. Amanda is excited to be joining us as our Team Player Assistant.
Caitlin graduated in 2014 from The Speech Communication program at The University of Waterloo. She has a background in Sales, Recruitment, and Project Coordination. Caitlin has a passion for working with people and is always striving to bring 100 percent to the work she does. Her goal as The Recruitment Retention Coordinator is to build strong, long term, mutually beneficial relationships with candidates and clients. Outside of work, family and friends are very important aspects of her life.
Kim is a Registered Practical Nurse, a Peri-operative Nurse and a certified Human Resource Manager with a background in Education. These skills enable her to determine the strategic direction of client care services to promote organizational effectiveness.
She participates on several Committees within the city of Sudbury and actively participates in discussions and plans that promote and support our communities senior population.
She is delighted to have accepted a seat on the Community Advisory Board with a mandate of supporting the CAST program to facilitate the transition from hospital to home. She is an active patient family adviser within Health sciences North as well as actively participating on the MHLTC Patient Engagement Panel. They collaboratively offer input that affects the direction of services within our province.
As an active member sitting on the Board of Directors within Counsel at The College of Nurses, it is her privilege to be part of the decision making process that affects the scope of practice within the field of nursing as it directly relates to protecting public safety. She is proud to have been appointed to the Registration Committee, Conduct Committee, Fitness to Practice as well as the Finance Committee within the College of Nurses.
As a manager, educator and care giver, she ensures that the delivery of care fo her team is compassionate and knowledgeable while maintaining the dignity and independence of our clients .
"She has worked within the hospital, community, business and educational systems' throughout her career with a mandate to be part of the change that needs to continuously evolve within the
"I am continually struck by the professionalism, high level of caring and exemplary caregivers that I have met from Home Instead. My mom couldn't live without them, and neither could I.
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