Working in care is often thought of as one of the most rewarding careers you can have.
We’re firm believers that healthcare support should be about more than meeting basic needs, with carers making a real difference to their clients’ lives.
If you’re passionate about supporting others, here’s why a career in home care is perfect for you:
Every day is different
This phrase can be over-used, but there is no doubt that it applies to a job in home care.
With personalised care plans tailored to each client, you are constantly adapting your approach and learning new skills along the way.
This is especially true for our team, as we specialise in providing support for one client and adapting our care plans according to their changing needs.
Flexible working hours
One of the key benefits of working in care is the flexibility it comes with.
If you’re a working parent or have other commitments, you can choose to work the shifts that suit you.
But this lack of stability can be a downside. That’s why we also offer the option to work set shifts to ensure you have regular working hours.
Building meaningful relationships
The support you offer as a healthcare support worker or nurse goes beyond providing physical support.
As part of our personalised approach to care, you don’t just build relationships with our clients but their families as well.
By providing support to clients in the comfort of their own homes, you’re welcomed as part of their family to ensure they get the support they need.
Opportunities for growth
With the array of support that we provide for our clients, there are always opportunities to expand your skills.
We offer specialist training to ensure our clients get the best support possible, and our healthcare support workers feel confident to deliver their care.
Joining a growing field
The demand for skilled professionals in complex care is on the rise, with no signs of slowing down.
Alongside competitive rates of pay, you will receive skills for life through specialist training on how to support different conditions.
We currently offer support to children and adults with a range of complex needs, including spinal injuries, ventilation and airway management, and Parkinson’s Disease.
If you’re looking to make a meaningful difference and thrive in a dynamic, supportive environment, join our team today.