At Essential Staff
“Your family's health is our heartfelt commitment."
Health support Worker (HSW)
Health support workers provide essential help and support to people in various healthcare settings. They play a crucial role in delivering quality care and in the well-being of patients or clients. They work under the guidance and supervision of health professionals.
Personal Support Worker (PSW)
A Personal Support Worker (PSW) is a trained healthcare professional who provides essential support with activities of daily living due to health-related issues. PSWs work in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, retirement homes, and private homes, providing personalized care and support to people of all ages.
Caregivers are live-in and live-out caregivers based on their living arrangements while providing care. Live-in caregivers live with the people they care for, usually in their homes. They provide 24-hour care and support. Live-in caregivers do not reside with the people they care for. They provide care and support at specific times. Live-in and live-in caregivers can offer essential help and support to people with physical, cognitive, or emotional challenges.
Senior companions provide social support, companionship, and assistance to seniors. Senior Companions play an essential role in helping with the quality of life for Seniors who may experience loneliness and isolation or need extra support to maintain their independence.
Register Practical Nurse (RPN)
A Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) is a healthcare professional who has completed a practical nursing program and has met the requirements of the nursing regulatory body in their respective jurisdiction. RPN provides nursing care under the direction and supervision of registered nurses (RNs) or other healthcare providers. Besides providing direct patient care, RPNs assist with coordinating and implementing nursing interventions within the care team.
Registered Nurse (RN)
A Registered Nurse (RN) is a highly trained and licensed healthcare professional who has completed a nursing education program and met the requirements of the nursing regulatory body in their respective jurisdiction. Registered nurses play a crucial role in the healthcare system, providing direct patient care, coordinating healthcare services, and advocating for the well-being of their patients.