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When Pat Riedel first started working in long-term care, residents had to be able to physically walk through the door to be admitted to a facility. Now, residents are mostly full-care. The workload has increased such that its almost impossible to get the job done.

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.