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Domiciliary Care is for anyone who wishes to remain at home but requires additional support or care needs in order to live an independent, healthy and fulfilling life.
Supported living is a service type designed for people with a range of support needs within Learning Disabilities and Mental Health from the age of 16 +, helping people to be independent while supporting them in their own homes.
End-of-life care (EoLC) is a term use when health care for a person nearing the end of their life or in the advanced stage of a terminal illness. We support our service users to be comfortable during their last stages in life.
Mrs B was more than satisfied with the care we provided for her husband.
Mr B was one of our clients with a high level of clinical needs who we cared for until he sadly passed away.
I do not regret a thing having joined the health sector, I have gained adequate knowledge, skills and experience and built a good relationship with senior managers, fellow colleagues, frontline staff, clients and other associates within the health sector or other fields of work.
"Great, informative training"
“M.G's son: I appreciate the encouragement that mum gets from carers to do things by herself, such as getting mum involved with making dinner. Overall carers are doing a fantastic job”
We are always looking for staff for the following roles: