NHNSA Releases Statement on Provincial Budget

Statement on Provincial Budget 2023-2024Michele Lowe, Executive Director, Nursing Homes of Nova Scotia Association — March 24, 2023 The Nursing Homes of Nova Scotia Association welcomes the release of the […]

Retention Bonuses, Incentives for Nurses, Healthcare Workers

As a way of thanking Nova Scotia’s nurses while encouraging more of them to keep working in the province, today, March 20, Premier Tim Houston announced a $10,000 bonus for […]

Lieutenant-Governor Recognizes Excellence in Public Administration

Shannex manager says pilot program is helping take some pressure off overcrowded hospital beds Congratulations Joyce on this much deserved achievement, esteemed recognition and for bringing excellence and honour to […]

Sydney care home successfully admitting residents with challenging behaviours

Shannex manager says pilot program is helping take some pressure off overcrowded hospital beds A long-term care home in Cape Breton is admitting residents with challenging behaviours, such as aggression, […]

Happy Chinese New Year

The Lunar New Year or Chinese New Year as it is often named is celebrated by many cultures. Millions of families worldwide are preparing celebrations for one of the year’s […]

NHNSA Announces 2023 Title Sponsor

NHNSA is pleased to announce the return of Complete Purchasing Services  as our  Association’s title sponsor.  Their generous contribution will support our initiatives, events and proactive strategies throughout 2023 that invest in the […]

Nova Scotia adds 600 new long term care beds to planned system increase

Long-term care facilities across Nova Scotia are to get another 600 single occupancy rooms as the provincial government strives to meet current and future demand. The announcement Wednesday by Seniors […]

Province Building More Long-Term Care Rooms

NEWS RELEASE —  January 11, 2023 – 12:11 PM The Province is adding about 600 more single long-term care rooms to help meet the needs of Nova Scotia seniors, bringing […]

There’s a will, is there a way?

Nursing Homes officials say creativity is needed in Long-Term Carehttps://www.thechronicleherald.ca/in-depth/caring-for-seniors/good-people-providing-long-term-care-but-a-lot-of-work-to-be-done-atlantic-canadian-advocates-say-324133/

Nova Scotia could lose doctors amid Canada’s diplomatic row with Saudi Arabia

59 Dalhousie medical school residents are from Saudi Arabia http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/nova-scotia-to-lose-doctors-over-spat-with-saudi-arabia-1.4778468