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Villa St. Gabriel Villa News

Bell Canada Telecom Pioneers donate comfort pillows to Villa St. Gabriel Villa

November 2018

Left to right:  Sylvia Ransom, V.P. Projects & Services -Telecom Pioneers -Big Nickel Club Sudbury and Ray Ingriselli, Site Administrator, Villa St. Gabriel Villa

Members of the Bell Canada Telecom Pioneers – Big Nickel Club Sudbury donate comfort pillows to Villa St. Gabriel Villa for their palliative residents.  These pillows will be utilized at all 3 of our sites including St. Joseph’s Villa and St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre.  Thank you to Sylvia Ransom and the members of the Club for their generosity.

 

November 29th, 2018|St. Joseph's Health Centre News, Villa St. Gabriel Villa News|

The Education and Home Support Facilitator from the Ontario Association of Resident Councils visits with St. Joseph’s Villa and Villa St. Gabriel Villa

Media Release – October 2018

VSGV Residents pictured left to right:  Resident Council Chair, Theresa Lachance, Merilda Godin, Madelaine Sauve, Lynn Demers, Joel Laplante and Yvonne Brosseau.

SJV residents pictured left to right:  Bill Julien, Yvon Labelle, Melissa McVie (OARC Education and Home Support Facilitator), Pauline Nadjiwan, Resident Council Chair Maurice Bourdon, and Wrenley Watt.

The Resident Councils of both Villa St. Gabriel Villa and St. Joseph’s Villa played host to Melissa McVie, Education and Home Support Facilitator from the Ontario Association of Resident Councils the first week of October. 

Ms. McVie was on tour of Northern Ontario Long-term care facilities to provide resources and support to the resident leaders and councils.  During her separate visits, the respective councils were able to share some of the unique work taking place at each Villa.  Ms. McVie was impressed by the strong leadership of each council and encouraged the councils to continue to reach out to OARC for support whenever needed.  The Resident Councils of both St. Joseph’s Villa and Villa St. Gabriel were more than pleased to receive and entertain the special guest and the warm support Ms. McVie brought forth from OARC.

 

St. Joseph’s Health Centre Education Bursary Program – Recipient Awarded $1,000 bursary!

Media Release – September 2018

St. Joseph’s Health Centre established an annual corporate bursary fund to support education for employees interested in pursuing their own continuing education opportunities.  The bursary is funded through proceeds from a portion of the monthly staff 50/50 draw.

St. Joseph’s Health Centre awards education bursaries to reimburse up to 100% of education costs, up to a maximum of $1,000 per year, incurred by regular full-time or regular part-time employees who choose to pursue:

  • Non-credit development opportunities including conferences, workshops and seminars, or
  • Credit courses or multi-course programs of an academic, professional or business nature.

This year’s recipient is Josée-Anne Asselin, PCA at Villa St. Gabriel Villa. Congratulations Josée-Anne!  Thank you for continuing your life-long learning efforts.

Right to left:  Ray Ingriselli, Site Administrator, Villa St. Gabriel Villa, Josée-Anne Asselin and Jo-Anne Palkovits, President and CEO, St. Joseph’s Health Centre