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Ana Bettencourt DaSilva became a long-term care worker because she loves working with people. But as she struggles to care for an increasing number of residents, she worries that she is too busy to provide them with the time they need.

This week, cupe.ca will profile seven residential long-term care workers who know the problems facing seniors’ care in Canada, and have solutions to offer. See all of the interviews in the series as they appear.