Tuition-free PSW training will help shortage, but may not be enough


The chair of the London Health Coalition, Peter Bergmanis, argues that Ontario’s efforts to increase personal support worker (PSW) recruiting and training falls short. “It’s not a step backwards, but it's not a fundamental improvement either,” he says. The provincial government is currently providing $115 million to train up to 8,200 new PSWs in health and long-term care sectors across Ontario.

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Laura Woodman
May 14, 2021

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