CASE MANAGER (Employé actuel) – Toronto, ON – 4 juin 2014
On a typical day as a nurse case manager, I select clients that I will be seeing or contacting for the day at our regular morning meetings. Some of them requires daily med observation which is done early in the morning. I also prioritize my visit according to clients needs. After meeting my clients I do full assessment of their mental health as well as their physical health, then proceed with any help their may require, and also involved them as much as they can in their care. I learnt that respecting clients regardless of their mental health is vital towards their copping and recovery. Working in the community I have autonomy with regards to my practice. I have a good relationship with my co-workers for being a good team player. The hardest part of my job is when clients refuse help when I know that they will benefit from the help that I offer. The most enjoyable part of my job is when my clients are doing well.
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Case Manager (Employé actuel) – Toronto, ON – 25 septembre 2019
community mental health organization. Choose another health care organization. Some flexibility in work hours. Lots of travel and not great mileage compensation. High amount of administrative repetitive tasks.