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Equity Principles of Carea CHC
 

Within our Diversity and Inclusion objectives, Carea CHC is committed to:

  • The principles of performance and capability as the key criteria for hiring and promotion. Regardless of any of the prohibited grounds under the Ontario Human Rights Code, individuals need to be given the opportunity to be considered for and/or make the best use of their talents.
  • The principle of fair representation of diverse groups at all levels of the organization.
  • A program to ensure diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
  • The achievement of reasonable job accommodation in order that individuals are able to contribute fully to their own and our goals.
  • Ensuring our Values, policies and practices reflect these principles.
  • Respectful and fair treatment for all individuals as outlined in our Respect in the Workplace Policy and related policies and procedures that ensure safety and wellness to all stakeholders.


 
  • Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) Clinician

    As part of the Chronic Disease Management, Clinical Services Team, this position is a member of the GAIN Geriatric Community Team within the Agency, and part of the broader Geriatric Assessment Intervention Network. In this position, the Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) Clinician will be primarily responsible for clients referred to the GAIN Community Team. The client population will be elderly or frail clients who have been identified through direct referrals from the community, by community family physicians or through indirect referrals such as through hospital Emergency department(s) in the Durham Region. The BSO Clinician is responsible for conducting client assessments both in the GAIN clinic and within the client’s home. The BSO provides direct support and expertise to clients experiencing responsive behaviours related to dementia, mental health, addictions or neurological disorders. This position will collaborate within an interdisciplinary team of health professionals across the region/community network that influence the health environment, as well as within the Agency’s team structure, in support of goals that align with and achieve the Agency’s strategy, Mission, Vision and Values. The collaborative practice of this position includes accepting referrals from, consulting with, or referring to other health care providers in order to promote comprehensive and continuous care in both primary and acute care specialty practice. The BSO Clinician will be an effective, collaborative member of the Carea’s inter-professional team that includes Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners (NP), Registered Nurses (RNs) and Therapists, Social Workers, Registered Dieticians, Personal Support Workers, Occupational Therapists and Pharmacists, who are providing clinical services to marginalized and at-risk geriatric members of our community, in the context of safe and ethical RPN practice.

  • Early Childhood Development Worker - Part time

    Working as a member of the Early Childhood Development team within the Health Promotion & Community Development Services (HPCDS) department, this role works as part of a self-directed team that promotes and assists in the development and implementation of health and wellness programs for Carea clients, particularly within our Early Years Programs and Childcare Services. Additionally, this role works in partnership with community organizations and services partners/providers, as well as community groups and individuals to achieve program deliverables. This role will collaborate within an interdisciplinary team of health professionals across the community network that influence the health environment targeted to clients ages 0 – 6 years, as well as within the Agency’s team structure, in support of goals that align with and achieve the Agency’s strategy, Mission, Vision and Values.

  • Therapist - Child and Youth Mental Health Team

    Working as a member of an interdisciplinary team of health professionals, the Therapist provides psychotherapy to individuals and groups in order to assist people to achieve optimal psychosocial functioning. The Therapist practices the principles of client-centered care within the context of a self-directed and interdisciplinary team approach. Additionally, the Therapist will collaborate with community partners and other health professionals across the region. The Therapist will be an effective member of the Agency’s team structure, in support of goals that align with and achieve the Agency’s strategy, Mission, Vision and Values. The collaborative practice of this position includes accepting referrals from, consulting with, or referring to other health care providers in order to promote comprehensive and continuous care

  • Occupational Therapist (OT) – GAIN Programs

    Working as a member of an inter-professional team of health professionals, the Occupational Therapist (OT) will provide the functional assessment component within an inter-professional team for individual clients in the age range of 65 years and over. The OT also provides education, consultation and liaison to clients, caregivers, family members and other service providers in the Durham Region and contributes to the attainment of program objectives. The OT will work with the inter-disciplinary team to provide geriatric assessments to clients referred by various community sources. The OT will provide recommendations designed to maximize safety and function to support frail seniors living at home.   The OT is responsible for maintaining the professional standards of his/her discipline and in meeting the criteria of the job description set out by that discipline. Actively participating in regular team meetings, liaising with community based providers, advocating on behalf of clients and their families and participation in inter-professional patient and family conferences as needed, this position is ideal for an OT with a passion for geriatric care. In addition, the OT is responsible for adhering to the standards specific to the GAIN Community Team under the supervision of the Manager.   Additionally, the OT will collaborate within an inter-professional team of health professionals across the region/community network that influence the health environment targeted to Geriatric clients, as well as within the Agency’s team structure, in support of goals that align with and achieve the Agency’s trategy, Mission, Vision and Values. The collaborative practice of this position includes accepting referrals from, consulting with, or referring to other health care providers in order to promote comprehensive and continuous care.