Thursday, March 17, 2011

Seniors Services: Benefiting Trainees, Seniors and Staff

Here is a video with Rick Kanik, manager of Senior Services, City Links, discussing how the program benefits trainees by giving them training and work experience; seniors so they can live in comfort in their own abode; and staff, because they give back to the community.

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Home maintenance services

City Links helps low income seniors to live safely and securely in their own homes. The program provides these clients with basic yard care, snow removal, house cleaning, interior & exterior painting and minor repairs.

Employment preparation & training

City Links provides a safe and supportive work environment where men and women facing employment barriers can receive paid work experience, work skills training and vocational counselling.

Workers spend most of their time doing home maintenance for low-income seniors. The areas of work are housecleaning, yard maintenance, and residential painting. Training is provided and no previous experience is required.

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