Career progression at CRG

Our staff’s career progression and personal development are important to us at CRG Homecare. We are committed to ensuring our care staff have access to training programmes so they can develop their skills and progress their careers with us. Experienced care workers, Charlotte Donoghue and Aimee Evans started working at CRG Homecare, in the Prescot-based

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Who Needs Homecare, and Why?

Many people believe that homecare services are only for older people, but this simply is not the case. A wide range of people take advantage of homecare, whether they need support looking after disabled children or those with learning disabilities, assistance managing mental health problems, or help navigating the home with a disability. Also, if

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Advice for Providing Homecare for Young Families

Being a care worker is highly rewarding, gratifying and stimulating, but like many such roles, it can be challenging at times. Whether your client is struggling with caring for disabled children, or they are going through the difficulties of palliative care, read our advice below to ensure you are giving the best care possible. Little

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3 Ways Care Workers Can Look After Themselves

Being a care worker can be challenging. You’ll need to be able to adapt to the requirements of a variety of service users, fulfilling many different tasks on a daily basis, from domestic duties to more hands-on personal care. It is precisely this diversity that can be both a challenge yet an exciting aspect of

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Care Worker Saves Service Users’ Lives

Congratulations to Gina Singleton, care worker from our Liverpool Homecare branch, who has been awarded Care Worker of the Month. Gina (left) was presented with the award for saving two service users’ lives. Gina arrived for a morning call when she found two service users on the floor and the house full of gas. She

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