SE Career College / Archives for April 2017

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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.

How Healthcare College Grads Help Clients Recover from a Stroke

How Healthcare College Grads Help Clients Recover from a Stroke

Many individuals who suffer a stroke turn to Health Care Assistants (HCAs) for help with recovery and daily living. HCAs play a very important role in the lives of these individuals by providing emotional support and positive motivation as well as assistance with their recovery plan. If you’re…

How PSW Training Prepares You to Care for Clients Living with Diabetes

How PSW Training Prepares You to Care for Clients Living with Diabetes

Diabetes is a serious chronic disease that affects the lives of many Canadians. In fact, it’s estimated that diabetes affects about 9.3 per cent of Canadians and that number is expected to grow to 12.1 per cent by 2025. The increase in Canadians with diabetes, combined with the aging baby…

The Gentle Persuasive Approaches Certificate: A Useful New Addition to PSW School

The Gentle Persuasive Approaches Certificate: A Useful New Addition to PSW School

Across Canada, individuals with cognitive diseases like dementia depend on Personal Support Workers (PSWs) for assistance with daily activities of living such as bathing, eating, and exercise. Many of these individuals’ families become unable to act as caregivers as the disease progresses, making the role of a PSW…

Helping Clients with Parkinson’s Disease After Health Care College

Helping Clients with Parkinson’s Disease After Health Care College

Many individuals living with disease or illness rely on the help of trained Health Care Assistants (HCA) to complete basic daily functions, making these professionals extremely important to their clients. Parkinson’s disease, in particular, affects the lives of many Canadians. In fact, in Canada, 57 per cent of…