Contract worker Support Coordinators are available if needed.
Contract workers don’t often get opportunities to connect with coordinators. We ask workers to call if they need support. If you have questions, need support or guidance about your work with Special Services At Home please call your coordinator we’re here to help:
- Diane Graham (519) 821 8089 Ex. 2518
- Althea Lambert (519) 821 8089 Ex. 2507
- Colleen Scott (519) 323 4373 Ex. 7509
Toll free number: 1 (844) 264 2993
For information about training and other work opportunities call:
- Jane Fawcett (519) 821 8089 Ex. 2110
Use the following links to access copies of forms and documents:
- SSAH Service Record (PDF) to be submitted by 8:00 am on the 1st and 16th of each month.
- Invoice for Services Provided (PDF) Invoices are to be submitted by 8:00 am on the 7th and 22nd of each month.
- CMHA WW Respite Worker Service Record (DOCX) to be submitted by 8:00 am on the 1st and 16th of each month.
- Afterhours and Emergency Protocol (PDF)
Infectious respiratory diseases, such as colds, influenza and pneumonia are a major cause of illness and even death every year. CMHA WW has established protocols to enhance infection control practices. Infection control packs including: gloves, masks and hand sanitizer are available to all SSAH workers via their coordinator. Packs can be picked up or replaced at any time please review the infection control manual and connect with your coordinator if you have any questions.
Professional Development Opportunities
We encourage SSAH Workers to participate in professional development opportunities please use the links to gain more information about workshops and seminars that are available for all SSAH workers.
Our Children Our Future Sessions. A wide variety of workshops are available as a result of the partnership among several organizations, including Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington, Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health, KidsAbility, Quality Child Care Initiative, Ontario Early Years, and local Child Care Centres.
These workshops are open to all Child Care providers as well as individuals who work or care for children in any capacity. Workshops are scheduled for Guelph and Mount Forest. Information and registration
Autism Spectrum Disorder Workshops for respite workers. This Respite Training Initiative has been funded by the Ministry of Child and Youth Services, and is focusing on increasing the knowledge and skills of families, workers and agency staff about Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Respite Services. For more information please go to: http://www.kerrysplaceautismservices.org/RespiteTraining/
Information sessions and workshops will be posted on the respiteservices.com site, please check it out from time to time.