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Ayre Manor seeking more staff

Seeking RN's, LPN's and resident care workers

Tuesday December 6, 2022 | SOOKE, BC

by Mary P Brooke | Island Social Trends

The Ayre Manor Lodge seniors housing and long-term care facility in Sooke is seeking casual staff.

They posted the opportunity in social media last week, coming up ahead of the holiday season when other staff may be taking breaks.

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Ayre Manor in the Sooke Santa Parade, Dec 4, 2022. [Tom Myrick / Island Social Trends]

The Ayre Manor career page currently posts positions for: Registered Nurses, Licenced Practical nurses, and resident care workers.

Longstanding in Sooke:

The Sooke community launched Ayre Manor almost 15 years ago, as a way to help local residents age in place within their community. They offer independent living, assisted living, complex care and hospice care.

Current Ayre Manor Board Chair is Irene Todd, Vice-Chair is Georgina Patko, and Secretary-Treasurer is Philip Hulme, all of whom are relatively new to the Sooke community. The other two directors are Pat Phillips (long time Sooke resident) and David Hannis.

Ayre Manor supporters took part in the 2022 Sooke Santa Parade this past weekend.

Ayre Manor Senior’s Housing is owned by the Sooke Elderly Citizens’ Housing Society.

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Sooke Santa Run maps are online, with a real-time view Dec 10, 2022. [District of Sooke]

===== RELATED:

Island Health public forum in Sooke coming up Dec 8 (December 5, 2022)

No COVID at Ayre Manor in Sooke (January 13, 2021)

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The editor of Island Social Trends is Mary P Brooke. She began writing about the Sooke region 15 years ago with her first local news publication MapleLine Magazine (2008-2010), then the weekly Sooke Voice News (2011-2013).

That series then morphed into the weekly colour print/PDF West Shore Voice News (2014-2020). Island Social Trends emerged from that, entirely online, in mid-2020.

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