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Broader Horizons hires new staff, will reopen

Two employees have been hired, the adult day care program will open as scheduled on September 1.

The recently closed Broader Horizons adult day care program will reopen now that they’ve successfully hired two new staff members.

“I’m really happy to announce that we’ve hired permanent staff and will be reopening on September 1,” Cheryl Whittleton of Interior Health told the Star Monday.

“We’ve hired one permanent staff member and one casual to support the regular staff when they’re away. We’re also continuing to recruit casual staff. We’ve arranged for a full return to the program in September and sent out letters notifying everyone.”

Whittleton said concerns about the program’s future we unfounded.

“I’ve always indicated this was a temporary closure. IHA has no intention of shutting this program down. We see the value it brings to our clients.”

She said anyone interested in casual employment can visit their Room to Grow website to look for positions.

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