News releases from Seniors and Long-Term Care (Page 2)

Recruiters, Other Solutions to Attract Continuing Care Assistants

Seniors and Long-Term Care

The Province is moving ahead with plans to attract and retain more continuing care assistants and recruit other healthcare workers into the sector.

Province Begins Hiring Nurse Practitioners

Seniors and Long-Term Care / Health and Wellness

The Province is investing $2.5 million to increase the number of nurse practitioners working in long-term care.

Province Supports More Age-Friendly and Inclusive Communities

Seniors and Long-Term Care

The Province is supporting communities to become more age-friendly and inclusive through project funding from the Age-Friendly Communities Grant program.

Celebrating Nova Scotia Seniors

Seniors and Long-Term Care

Older Nova Scotians continue to make a crucial contribution to our province, and government is committed to helping them remain in their homes as long as possible and ensuring they have the services they need.

Statement on National Nurses Day of Action

Health and Wellness / Seniors and Long-Term Care / Office of Addictions and Mental Health

Today, Canada’s Nurses Day of Action, we want to make clear how much we value nurses and the immeasurable contribution they make to our communities, our health-care system and our province. As health-care professionals ourselves, we respect the work that nurses do every day, in all of their various roles in the health system.