The Home Care industry is struggling to meet staffing demands. Population demographics, retirements, COVID-19, an increased desire to live and stay in the home, have all led to a massive shortage of qualified staff and available workers. Competition between home care agencies for workers is driving up costs and isn’t a viable answer. IBT College in cooperation with Caregiver Omnimedia and Caring Support are bringing together the Home Care industry for the first-ever Staffing Forum.
On July 21st, participants from across the province will be meeting to discuss the following key issues facing the industry:
Speakers and Panelists from across the Home Care spectrum will be available to discuss the issues and present solutions for the industry. IBT College’s Vice-President James Rice will be speaking at the event and our innovative Virtual Healthcare Micro-credentials will be available for demonstrations.
The Keynote Speaker will be Raelynn Douglas. Raelynn Douglas, MBA, is the CEO of Raesoleil Consulting, and has had an extensive career within the Ontario healthcare system. Her leadership training, to build resilient leaders and create great cultures that offer exemplary employee experiences. Her focus is on the Health Human Resource shortage and has designed solutions for employee retention, so as to put more resources back into the system and co-design the workplaces of tomorrow.
Other speakers and panelists include:
Karen Pietrangelo – Director, Community Health Worker Program, Bayshore Home Care
Claudia Mackenzie – Talent Acquisition Manager, Easter Canada, CBI Health
James Smith – Vice-President, Caring Support
Suzanne Schell – CEO, ROI Institute
Andrea Kurth – RPN, Nurse Educator, AR/VR Program at IBT College
Don Fenn – President and CEO, Caregiver Omnimedia
Elizabeth Oduntan, CEO, CanRelocate
Try a Demo of IBT College’s AR/VR Platform https://youtu.be/KnJ_HF4Onvg
FREE REGISTRATION COURTESY OF IBT COLLEGE
Visit caregiveromnimedia.com to register
For more information contact Stuart Teather