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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Care staff run for charity

Four CRG Homecare staff are raising money for the Dignity Council and promoting the Dignity in Care campaign. Chloe Roberts and Harley Keeleyside, Field Care Supervisors, and Eleanor Whitrod and Reneta Grzesiowski, Care Coordinators, from our Prescot homecare branch are taking part in the Liverpool Rock and Roll 5K run in May to promote Dignity

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Nurse of the Month for December announced

Congratulations to our nurse, Mercy who has been awarded Nurse of the Month for December. Mercy, who is registered with our Cardiff branch, was nominated for her reliability and enthusiasm. Sara Jones, Cardiff Branch Manager, said: “Mercy never lets us down. She is reliable, works at short notice and is requested for shifts all the

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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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CRG Custody Nurse sets a world record

CRG Forensic Nurse Practitioner, Irene Robinson, has travelled around the world playing her bagpipes for charity. Irene, who works in Dorset Custody suites under our CRG Medical Services division, became the first person to play the bagpipes on all seven continents travelling 50,000 miles in 50 days fundraising and raising awareness for The Royal Navy

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