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Employee Survey shows care partners feel
they can - and do - make a difference

Points West Living (and Connecting Care) employee care partners took part in an extensive survey in early February delving into every aspect of their employment experience. They were asked to measure their experience and impressions of their service in areas including teamwork, health & safety, workload, advancement opportunities and more, in a total of 42 queries. Here are a few highlights of the Points West Living results.

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March 13th, 2019

Long-awaited hair stylist welcomed
to PWL Slave Lake community salon

Points West Living Slave Lake

Residents at Points West Living Slave Lake are looking sharp again with the recent arrival of a new hair stylist. They’ve been making do for the past several months, but are happy they can now keep their hair fresh and trim right in their own community.

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March 13th, 2019

Movie buff brings the theatre experience home
to residents of PWL Athens Creek

Points West Living Penticton

Last summer, as Terry Chase put together his own backyard movie theatre at his home in Penticton BC, he began to think about giving residents of Points West Living Athens Creek a Movie Night. Terry serves there as a cook, and for the last several months, he’s made it happen.

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March 9th, 2019

Students deliver ‘Random Acts of Kindness'
to residents of PWL Lloydminster

Points West Living Lloydminster

Students from Lloydminster Comprehensive High School paid a visit to Points West Living Lloydminster recently to deliver ‘Random Acts of Kindness’. The grade 11-12 students are in the school’s Cosmetology program and brought goodies and services as a gift for residents.

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March 5th, 2019

PeeWee hockey team brings competition and
fun to the table at PWL Stettler

Points West Living Stettler

Stettler’s PeeWee-A hockey team, the Stettler Storm paid a visit to Points West Living Stettler recently to engage in an evening of table games with residents. The visitors included 18 team players (boys aged 11-12) and five adult volunteers. The lively event warmed spirits on an icy cold evening.

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