Childs Play

Play Helps Children Learn Best and Begin to Develop Their Character!  Play is they way that children learn. They start to experience their surrounding and the world around them bringing meaning to their existence. It models the social framework that builds relationships for life and kindles imagination. Play gives children the chance, in a world where

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Caregiver Support in Ontario

The links compiled below are for sites external to careopoly.com These links are to be used at your own discretion and are there to support Caregivers in Ontario SUPPORT FOR CAREGIVERS Ontario Caregiver Coalition – national body representing interests of caregivers with all levels of government and the community caregiver-connect.ca – Victorian Order of Nurses national site for informal caregivers

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Live-in Caregiver Program Canada (LMIA)

Live-in Caregivers, who would like to come to Canada and are qualified to provide care for children, seniors or people with disabilities in private homes without supervision, must meet various selection criteria to be eligible for the Live‑in Caregiver Program in Canada. A positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from an employer in Canada Before hiring

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5 Tips for Getting the Job You Want

5 Tips for Getting the Job You Want! We all want that job we apply for, but what’s gonna make you stand out from the others? After speaking to many people who hire for various jobs, we have complied the five common answers we received. Each person we asked stated that you must be different and getting

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Types of Caregivers

Each and everyday we get questions pertaining to which caregiver would be suitable for different families and employers, and each day depending on the call or e-mail, the answer changes! There are many types of caregivers, so what we have done is broken the various types of caregivers down for you. This breakdown will provide you

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Life Without the iPad /iPOD

How taking away our kids iPAD made life fun again. If you’re a Generation X’er (1960- 1980) like me, chances are you’ve thought long and hard about the way that you want or would like raise your children. Before you actually had your children you probably set out your guidelines for  bedtime, television, homework and more.

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April is Dental Health Month

Did you know… April is dental health month, have you seen your dentist yet? Even though we all strive to brush out teeth three times a day, do we all floss? Are we getting to those hard to reach places? Probably not! Our mouth is one of the only parts of our body which people tend

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Tips: Getting The Job You Want

You Never Get a Second Chance “The First Impression Only Happens Once” Searching for that perfect job can be very difficult. There’s no doubt you’ll definitely need to go on interviews. When you meet your new prospective employer make sure you’re ready to get the job. Take a look at the family’s job posting, write down some

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Hiring a Caregiver

You need a care giver, you’re stuck on what to do and where to begin. Well, don’t fret, take you time, search until you are 100% happy and sure that the caregiver you choose will indeed be the right one for your family. Patience is key. Step one: Identify your primary needs First, know what

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How Many Hours Should Caregivers Work

How Many Hours Should Caregivers Work? What a pressing question and how we all know it’s so hard to answer. When I am asked this question I always refer back to the employment standard laws and tell people that before they make a mistake or take any chances, they should well inform themselves of the laws on

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