Supporting Safe Family Visitation

High rates of vaccination among residents and staff at continuing care facilities means families will soon be able to more easily visit their loved ones. As restrictions of visitation are easing to support more safe social connections. To support you through this transition, CCSA has created a variety of resources which provide staff and visitors with the information they need for a safe, comfortable visit.

Supporting Workers

COVID-19 has affected frontline and support workers in the continuing care industry and is still an ongoing threat to their safety, most especially at work. Ongoing changes to restrictions in family visitation as number of cases rise and fall puts everyone in the workplace at risk.

Supporting Workers

These resources are collected and developed for our frontline workers and provide information and tools to support social visitation to residents in our congregate facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Supporting Families and Visitors

COVID-19 has changed the way that visitors are able to visit their loved ones in care.

Supporting Families and Visitors

To support you through this transition the Continuing Care Safety Association has created some resources, to provide staff and visitors with the information they need for a safe, comfortable visit.
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Nominate "Health & Safety Stars" from your organization and we will sponsor their trip to the "Hearts & Hands" Conference in Langley, B.C., October 2, 2024

Hello! Do you know a Health Care Aide/ Nursing Attendant/ Personal Care Worker within your organization who actively participates and promotes a Health and Safety culture, collaborates with Leaders to change the safety culture positively and inspires others to work safely?

Shine a spotlight on the extraordinary colleagues you know by nominating them for a CCSA “Health & Safety Star” Award, and give them a chance to win a 2-day all-expenses paid trip to the “Hearts and Hands” Conference in Langley, B.C., October 2, 2024. 

(p.s. There is no limit on nominees from the same facility/organization.)