Supporting persons served to have a good quality of life by ensuring their overall health and wellbeing is our focus. You will thrive in this role if you are person-centred in your thinking.  This includes the nurturing of personal relationships (including intimate ones), encouraging existing and new interests, and active participation in home and community life.  A typical day or evening at work may include: implementing a person’s individual care plan (personal care, medical care and/or behaviour support), liaising with team members and community partners to promote communication and quality of support, and exploring ways to achieve each person’s goals within the context of his or her home, neighbourhood and communities of interest. Visit our current opportunities page to learn more, and apply now!