Canada CCA Pathway.
What is a caregiver? A Continuing Care Assistant (CCA) helps with the instrumental activities of daily living, to individuals of all ages, in a variety of practice settings. Promoting holistic health and independence, enriching their quality of life.
Why is there such demand for CCA?
• 1400 Vacancies for CCAs in Nova Scotia
• 2500 Long-term beds are being added in Nova Scotia
• 80% Of long-term care facilities are running short of necessary staffing
• 29% Of Atlantic Canada’s population are senior
Average CCA annual income
$38,000 to $40,000
✓ Continuing Care Assistant
✓ Care Team Assistant
✓ Home Support Worker
✓ Personal Care Work.
Ready to apply?
Please watch our CCA Webinar replay below; after watching, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your interest and we will send you the application form.