Whatever "living well" means to you, our team is here to help!

Our Reception Team
These are the lovely voices you hear when you call us! They will help you navigate our services and decide what's right for you!

Our In-Home Support Workers
Our In-Home Support team is truly passionate about helping our local seniors! They are fully trained, vetted, and insured. They are also knowledgeable about the most up-to-date infection prevention practices. You can rest assured, our team has your safety in mind when they visit your home! Find out more about how they can help HERE!

Our Foot Care Nurses
With advanced training, experience, and a passion for helping seniors, our qualified foot care nurses are ready to help you maintain your foot health so you can keep doing the things you love! They are vetted, insured, and trained in infection prevention practices. Find out more about how they can help HERE!


Our Ride Service Drivers
Our drivers are passionate about helping our local seniors get where they need to go! They are friendly, fully trained, vetted, and insured. They are also knowledgeable about the most up-to-date infection prevention practices.  Find out more about how they can help HERE!


Our Management Team

Port City Home Services is guided by a management team with a wealth of experience, expertise and passion for helping local seniors live well. We're thrilled to introduce them below:


Zoé Hawkins, MA
Community Supports Manager

As our Community Supports Manager, Zoé is focused on helping seniors connect with our In-Home Support and Foot Care services. She joins the Port City Home Services team with a wealth of experience in supporting seniors, having contributed her talents in the past to Bayshore Home Health, Home Instead Senior Care, and the Calgary Seniors Resources Society.

In her personal life, Zoé is very active in her community. She is an avid volunteer and has spoken at numerous conferences. Most recently, she was part of the Planning Committee for the "Caring for the Caregiver" bi-annual conference. With a degree in Gerontology, seniors and caregiver issues are close to her heart.

With many years of experience in developing relationships with community clients and helping folks receive individualized supports, Zoé is ready to help Port City Home Services clients discover what "living well" means to them.

Zoé is also the face of our Port City Caregiver's Community Hub, offering her thoughts on all of the challenging questions we hear from community caregivers, and those striving to support an aging loved one! Check back often for her newest blog posts!


Maddie Kubiseski, MHA, MSc
Interim Director of Innovation and Accountability

Maddie joined our team in 2019 as the Interim Director Innovation and Accountability after completing her Master of Health Administration at Dalhousie University. She is originally from Renfrew, Ontario and holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Master of Science in Global Health.

Maddie has previously worked at the Canadian Patient Safety Institute and has a passion for ensuring all Canadians have equitable access to safe, high quality, patient-centered care and support. She is also interested in community health both locally and abroad, and has spent time working to implement a mobile health clinic in rural Nepal.



She is a member of the Global Shapers Halifax Hub, an initiative of the World Economic Forum. The group of young leaders work together to implement meaningful and measurable projects, fostering community collaboration, and advancing the issues they are passionate about.

In her spare time, Maddie is often exploring the hiking trails of Nova Scotia, helping members of her community on their wellness journey by teaching fitness classes, or spending time with friends and family.

Dion Mouland, B.Sc DHSA MHSA
President & CEO

After working in mental health services for many years in a variety of frontline and management roles, Dion's focus on helping local seniors live well began in 2002 as he became President & CEO of Ocean View. He has now worked in Nova Scotia’s health system for nearly 30 years. In 2007, he was appointed to the Faculty at Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Health Professions (Health Administration) and teaches a variety of courses for undergraduate and graduate students. He is also a Surveyor with Accreditation Canada and gets to travel throughout Canada to support healthcare organizations on the journey to a safer and better system of services for seniors and others needing support to live well.

Dion is accountable for overall leadership for Port City Home Services. He helps guides the team as we develop our social enterprise and strive to support local seniors, wherever they call home.

Dion believes in fostering open and positive working relationships at all levels of the organization and being the champion for quality care and services. He believes in treating each of our unique clients with the utmost respect and compassion. 


“I treat every client, volunteer and employee like they are my family. They are important to me and I need them to understand that I will work hard to make life better for those we are privileged to serve.”