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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A Career in Homecare

Working in homecare can be highly rewarding, and there is plenty of room for progression throughout your career. To start off, you’ll need certain skills that employers will look for. Being communicative, supportive, caring and responsible are key personality traits that will make you stand out as an ideal candidate for working in care.

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How Homecare Changes Lives

Families often find it difficult to agree on how their older and vulnerable relatives should be cared for. It may not be possible for a family to visit regularly and help with the daily routine. This is where homecare comes in. Homecare offers many older people the perfect compromise between receiving professional care and remaining

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Why Care Workers Need Support

Sadly, it is widely reported that care workers are often unsupported and undervalued in their positions, even though they offer a vital service to their service users. Here, we discuss how care workers need to be supported in their jobs, so that they can deliver the attentive care their service users deserve. Good Training Training

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