Monthly Archives: March 2022

Integracare Selects Nevvon To Enhance its Caregiver Education

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 29, 2022 / -- Integracare, a leading senior home care in Toronto, has selected Nevvon’s e-training platform training to enhance the education of its new hires and upskill its Caregivers to strengthen its position as Canada’s premier home care provider. Integracare worked with Nevvon’s extensive 500+ multilingual content library including Nevvon’s 6-hour Advanced Dementia certification program to create numerous upskilling opportunities for its Caregivers. “Integracare firmly believes that better training and education leads to better care for our Clients and we are proud to partner with Nevvon. Their e-training platform will put important education modules in our Caregivers’ hands and will allow them to study at their pace and with flexibility to accommodate their schedules.” said Lee Grunberg, President & CEO of Integracare. Nancy Geiger, VP of Quality and Regulatory Compliance of Nevvon, said: “Integracare continues to enhance its delivery of care and invest in [...]

Alzheimer Society of Toronto and Integracare Inc. Renew Unique Partnership Agreement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (Toronto, ON)   March 24 2022 -   lntegracare Inc. ("lntegracare") The Alzheimer Society of Toronto (“AST”) is proud to announce the renewal of their Partnership Agreement with Integracare Inc. (“Integracare”) to provide a range of innovative Dementia Care training for 100% of Integracare’s Personal Support Workers (“PSWs”) and Registered Practical Nurses (“RPNs”).  Building off the original ground-breaking partnership agreement signed in 2017, Integracare has agreed to continue its unique partnership with AST through 2025 creating advanced educational opportunities for frontline health workers. "It is essential, as the number of people living with Dementia increases in the GTA, that Toronto home health care companies like Integracare invest in the advanced education of their staff through our comprehensive Dementia Care training programs," said Scott Russell, CEO of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. "Training personal support workers (PSWs) and other frontline health professionals is one way we know that we can [...]