Being a CAREGiver
Being a Caregiver with Home Instead Senior Care in Altrincham and Sale is one of the most rewarding jobs you can do.
When we asked our caregivers what they enjoy most about working for Home Instead Senior Care. These are some of the comment we have recieved this year...
“Having worked in care for the last five years, Home Instead were a breath of fresh air. They care about the clients and throughout the training and recruitment it was made clear how important each client is to them.”
“The team was very welcoming and Liz the recruiter went out of her way to meet me locally to save me going to the office. The training was very well presented with lots of personal experiences shared with the group to help illustrate the topics covered. It made me feel confident to go and do the job”
“If I have any problem in any area, the management is willing to retrain me. Caregivers are encouraged to go further to do NVQs depending on their personal needs.”
“I am frequently advised about different opportunities available to me and other caregivers, through emails and word of mouth, i am also very confident because of the strong levels of communication and understanding that my employer knows about my personal circumstances that they offer the relevant training or skill developments that are suited to my needs”
“I love bringing a bit of happiness to someone’s life and with Home Instead I really do get the time to care. I love getting to know my clients individually and finding all about them as a person. Home Instead as a company is well known with a good reputation, they are very professional, have high standards and the office team are always available to offer great support. There are also good career prospects.”
If you would like to get to know Home Instead a little more - take a look at our Healthcare News http://www.healthcarenews.itn.co.uk/Social%20Care/425/home-insteads-personalised-care-provides-real-solutions-to-the-problems-of-an-ageing-society
Hi Michelle Just a quick note to pass on my thanks to Anita and Melissa who have both been great with my mum this week. It is certainly piece of mind for me to know that she is being looked after well and is much happier! Melissa even managed to persuade my mum to have a shower today (She has never let anyone but me shower her before) so instead of going to give her a shower today I was able to sit and have a cup of tea with her and visit rather than 'do things', which was lovely.Helen