Healthcare IT and Biotechnology News Release
Date of Publication: Tuesday, June 13, 2006

CareAides.com Prepares to Revolutionize Healthcare Industry Hiring

CareAides.com is the world’s first healthcare employment-matchmaking site that is set to become the Internet’s leading resource in healthcare careers and hiring. The site was developed to fill the ever increasing need for healthcare work ers across Canada. The site matches people that need care with people that provide care, adding a more personalized approach to the hiring process in the healthcare industry.
Looking for a Care Aide? Or searching for work as a Care Aide? CareAides.com is the world’s first healthcare employment-matchmaking site that is set to become the Internet’s leading resource for healthcare career s and hiring in Canada.

CareAides.com matches people that need care with people that provide care. It brings a more personalized approach to the hiring of staff and individuals in the healthcare industry. Care Aides can post their photos, resumes, certificates, detailed info rmation on their qualifications and an optional 30 second video profile, giving employers the opportunity to prescreen candidates prior to calling them in for an interview.

The site caters to individuals, companies and facilities that are looking to hire Care Aides, as well as individuals looking to find work in the healthcare industry. The site services every major city and small town in every province across Canada. Vis it www.careaides.com for site launch notifications.

Personal and Home Care Aides—also called Homemakers, Caregivers, Companions, Resident Care Aides, Resident Care Attendants, Personal Support Workers, Personal Care Workers, Community Health Workers, Nurse’s Aides and Personal Attendants? 2;provide housekeeping and routine personal care services. They clean clients’ houses, do laundry, and change bed linens. Care Aides ensure medications are taken and may plan meals (including special diets), shop for food, cook and assist with fee ding. Care Aides also may help clients get out of bed, bathe, dress, and groom. Some accompany clients for walks/exercise, to doctors’ appointments or on other errands.

Personal and home care aides provide instruction and psychological support to their patients. They may advise families and patients on nutrition, cleanliness, and household tasks. Aides also may assist in toilet training a severely mentally handicapped child, or they may just listen to clients talk about their concerns. Care Aides also work in hospitals, group homes and long-term care facilities.

“CareAides.com is the first site in the world to hit this niche market for the healthcare industry” said Kami Koski, President and CEO, “After 5 years of working in the healthcare industry and receiving hundreds of resumes and talking to thousands of Care Aides, it became apparent that a healthcare employment-matchmaking service for the industry was needed. CareAides.com was developed to fill that need.”    

Care Aides complete an online employment questionnaire that matches their information with that of the employers advanced search criteria. The service will save members time and money giving them a platform to be seen and heard. This personal advertis ing opportunity replaces the need to place expensive conventional ads, or spend valuable time, transportation costs, courier fees etc. searching for employment in the health care industry in Canada.

The website offers web community forums that provide emotional support for families with members that are experiencing life threatening circumstances or other health concerns. Visit www.careaides.com for site launch notifications.

The website offers various levels of advertising opportunities and search capabilities for both Care Aides and for individuals, facilities and companies looking to hire Care Aides in Canada. Visit www. careaides.com for site launch notifications.

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