Solus Support Services is an Enhanced Personal Support Worker support service that provides the best in class services through our Social Enterprise model.
We are a group of professional, experienced specialized workers who provide In-Home/Community based support and Agency’s with staffing supports to meet the needs of individuals with complex care needs related to behavioral and psychosocial issues. We have two divisions, Acquired Brain Injury and Senior Care. As a social enterprise, we help shape our communities through strategic investments in education and training of our community's future leaders, through funding of our partnering agencies strategic planning, and by funding for technology that directly supports client independence. Our Service User Charter outlines our commitments to best practice standards. Each and every day we demonstrate our commitment to the principles of quality and choice, supporting people and their carers to lead normal lives within local communities. It is our belief that you are an individual with a right to live life as independently as possible. We encourage our staff to respect you and recognize your rights as an individual. These are the principles that lie behind the standards of care we provide.
November 13th is World Kindness Day. We would like to take a moment to recognize our frontline workers, our admin team, our directors, and coordinators for all the kindness they demonstrate daily to the vulnerable people we work with every day. And THANK YOU to all our followers for your kindness.
#worldkindnessday2020 #bekindalways #bekindtoyourself
It's time to be kind. World Kindness Day is this Friday, November 13. Here are 25 ways to make a difference.
Today, we remember and honor all of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for Canada and thank those who serve in the Canadian Forces and continue to keep us safe.
#lestweforget2020 #remembranceday #CanadaRemembers
Solus Support Services is looking for exceptional individuals to join our team! Visit our website to learn more!
#hiringnow #hiringduringcovid #hiringalert #pswsrock #pws #joinourteam
Thank You to the Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton (BIAPH) for putting on a very informative, interactive and overall great virtual conference! Our team had a great time connecting with old friends and new colleagues!
We appreciate all the hard work that was put in to making this conference fun for all.
We are proud to sponsor such a great event!
Thank you to our Diamond and Platinum Sponsors who are supporting BIAPH's October 28, 2020 Health Advocates Education Conference.
Did you know Solus Support Services is a Social Enterprise?
As a social enterprise, we help shape our communities through strategic investments in education and training of our communities' future leaders, through the funding of our partnering agencies strategic planning, and by funding for technology that directly supports client independence. Our models have an impact!
Watch our president, Paul McCormack talk about what it means to be a Social Enterprise!
October 18th is Health Care Aide Day in Canada! Join us in celebrating and recognizing all Health Care Aides in our community! Thank you for your hard work and dedication to our health care system.
Today is World Mental Health Day. The World Health Organization (WHO) explains that #WorldMentalHealthDay has the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of #mentalhealth.
'This year’s World Mental Health Day, on 10 October, comes at a time when our daily lives have changed considerably as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The past months have brought many challenges: for health-care workers, providing care in difficult circumstances, going to work fearful of bringing COVID-19 home with them; for students, adapting to taking classes from home, with little contact with teachers and friends, and anxious about their futures; for workers whose livelihoods are threatened; for the vast number of people caught in poverty or in fragile humanitarian settings with extremely limited protection from COVID-19; and for people with mental health conditions, many experiencing even greater social isolation than before. And this is to say nothing of managing the grief of losing a loved one, sometimes without being able to say goodbye.'
Ontario Brain Injury Association
Just a reminder, researchers at the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute at the University of Toronto are still looking for participants for their study, which explores a new way to provide concussion care remotely to adolescents through an online videoconferencing-based platform.
Contact the research team at: [email protected] or by phone: 416-946-3273 for more details.
University of Toronto
October is Mental Health Awareness Month
Check out our infographic below on self-care strategies recommended by CAMH.
#mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthmatters #selfcare
Solus Support Services would like to thank all of the dedicated teachers who work endlessly to support, guide, and inspire our students - especially during these times of uncertainty.
October is Occupational Therapy Month
At Solus, we are honoured to work with Occupational Therapists with our mutual clients.
We celebrate and recognize the important work these health-care
professionals do! Helping individuals to overcome physical, mental and cognitive barriers, gaining independence, teaching new skills and advancing lives to be the fullest and richest possible.
Thank you, OT'S!
Today is Orange Shirt Day, a day each year that was created as an opportunity for meaningful discussion about the effects of Residential Schools and the legacy they have left behind across Canada.
Today, the orange shirt is a reminder of the children lost & harmed, and of its ongoing legacy.
To learn more check out the resource link below.
Six videos to watch to learn more about this history and a link to events that are happening across the country.
Thank you, CSI TO for sharing.
For every repost or story share tagging, Concussion Advocacy Network will donate $0.15 to the collaborative multimedia experience based concussion education project with the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation and the Ontario Brain Injury Association 💪🧠💚
G'mar Chatima Tovah
Thank You to the HB IA for putting on such a great golf tournament yesterday. It was the perfect way to spend the last day of summer! We are proud to sponsor such a great organization 🌟 ☀️
Hamilton Brain Injury Association
Yesterday, on the last day of summer, we hosted our 5th Annual #DriveforABI @golfflamborough. We can’t thank you enough for your support. Sponsors, donors, committee, volunteers and golfers alike made this a fantastic day. Although we could only host half of the people we normally do, it was great to see you all and spend the day with you...from a distance! ✨✨
#support #charitygolf #driveforabi #hamilton #hamont #braininjury
Happy First Day of Fall!
Happy Rosh Hashanah!
National Rehabilitation Awareness Week 2020!
This week celebrates the individuals who we are honoured to support on their way to regaining their independence and achieving their goals
Also a time to acknowledge, educate, and recognize the work of the Rehabilitation Professionals we know and work with Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Case Managers
"Don't give up on this year.
Keep fighting for the good.
Keep showing up
Keep giving back.
Keep being kind.
Keep being brave.
Keep trying new things.
Keep showing grace.
The world need you to believe in the good." ~ Rachel Marie Martin
We’re at HQ today shooting some great content for our staff! Take a look at some of the ‘behind the scenes footage’ below! We can’t wait to share with you all what we’ve been up too! 🤩
Sept 10th is National Suicide Day. Check on your friends, family and coworkers. This year has been difficult for many.
Let’s build up hope for everyone #bethere
To speak to a counselor, the National Suicide Hotline is 1-833-466-4566
Ontario Brain Injury Association
You're invited to join us for the 2020 Virtual Awards of Excellence, on Thursday, September 17, 2020 beginning at 4:00 p.m.
The Awards will be presented on Zoom.
Please register in advance for access to the event:
Presented by the OBIA and PIA Law.
Wishing everyone a safe and happy long weekend!
Wednesday Words of Wisdom
It’s National Dog Day! Take a look at a few of our favourite office dogs 😍
“If the kindest souls were rewarded with the longest lives, dogs would outlive us all.”
POST your doggo in the comment section below! ⬇️
Wednesday words of Wisdom
Happy Muharram/Islamic New Year!
"Today, World Humanitarian Day, the world honours all humanitarians – many working in their own communities – who are going to extraordinary lengths in extraordinary times to help women, men, and children whose lives are upended by crises and the global COVID-19 pandemic."
We thank these #RealLifeHeroes
Why Doing Yoga After a Brain Injury Isn't About the Pose
Alyson Rogers discusses the benefits of yoga after a brain injury.
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