How Home care services can be tailored to your needs

A service user happy after getting domiciliary care tailored to her needs alongside her husband and care worker

Receiving personal care at home  allows you to maintain your independence whilst still receiving the highest standard of care, support, and companionship. Professional carers can support you in a vari...


What Qualifications Do You Need To Be A Care Worker?

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A career in care work is rewarding and fulfilling and requires compassion, patience, and the ability to communicate effectively with people from all walks of life. If you have a passion for helping others and enjoy working in an environment where there are loads of unexpected challenges, then this could be the next career move for you. Here we look at the qualifications you need to be a care worker and how to become one. 


What Qualities Make A Great Carer?

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Being a carer is a rewarding profession that allows you to support others. Like any job, it can also be incredibly challenging in some areas, however, it is also a very sociable and personal job. You will meet and help some interesting and true characters along the way, making care a great profession for someone with plenty of personality who thrives when working with people from all walks of life.


How To Manage Stress When Caring For Others

A carer laughing with a patient as he tries to help her forget about her worries and have better stress management.

Helping others as a care assistant or support worker is extremely fulfilling and rewarding, but like many other roles, the stress and pressure caused by the job can have an effect on your health and well-being if you don’t look after yourself correctly. The good news is that there’s a range of strategies and tips available out there which cover stress management for carers.


How To Look After Your Relative With Dementia

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Taking care of a family member with Dementia can be difficult. However, there are many ways that you can help, including home care which can make the process easier for everyone involved.