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The healthcare industry is in a state of change, and we want to provide students with the knowledge they need for a lasting career in healthcare. Education is at the heart of SE Career College, and our blog can help keep you informed as you explore your career options, learn the latest news in the industry, and stay updated on the changes you may see in the healthcare profession.

Helping Clients with Respiratory Issues During Your Personal Support Worker Career

Helping Clients with Respiratory Issues During Your Personal Support Worker Career

Personal Support Workers (PSWs) can make significant positive improvements in their clients’ lives. And if you’re planning to pursue Personal Support Worker training, you’ll soon learn that clients can be struggling with any number of issues including decreased mobility, illness, Alzheimer’s, respiratory issues, and more. These health problems…

How Healthcare College Grads Assist Clients with Medication in the Home Support Setting

How Healthcare College Grads Assist Clients with Medication in the Home Support Setting

For many clients, having the help of a trained Health Care Assistant (HCA) can make a drastic difference in their lives. While some clients may have lost their mobility, others may not be cognitively able to perform their own activities of daily living, and many are suffering from…

The Importance of Time Management in Your Personal Support Worker Career

The Importance of Time Management in Your Personal Support Worker Career

Personal Support Workers (PSWs) play a crucial role in their client’s lives. For many clients their PSW provides much more than just daily assistance, but also emotional support as well as someone to count on. In a single day, a PSW can work with over ten different clients…

How Grads with Health Care Assistant Training Create a Safe, Secure, and Healthy Environment

How Grads with Health Care Assistant Training Create a Safe, Secure, and Healthy Environment

Health Care Assistants (HCAs) are like a gift of freedom for their clients. For individuals who are elderly, have lost their mobility, or are suffering from an illness, being cared for by an HCA allows them to maintain their self-esteem, regain their freedom, and sometimes even stay in…