Being a CAREGiver
We know from experience that people want to become CAREGivers for many different reasons. Sometimes it's through a previous personal experience of caring for a family member, or sometimes it's simply wanting to make a difference to someone’s life
Your bubbly personality, postive outlook, compassion and empathy are more important than experience. Our clients chose Home Instead because of the kind CAREGivers we recruit. The fact that all our calls are for a minimum of an hour means that the vists are not rushed and our CAREGivers have the time to develop a meaningful relationship with their clients.
If becoming a Home Instead CAREGiver interests you there are a few things you need to consider:
Our CAREGivers have a real compassion for older people, with a desire to help them maintain their independence and dignity.
Our CAREGivers are committed to providing high quality care in a professional manner.
Our CAREGivers are willing to undertake further training and extend their skills within a supportive environment.
Our CAREGivers have access to reliable transport, with Class 1 business insurance, so that they can help their clients maintain a connection with the community in which they live. Sometimes it's a trip to the shops, hairdressers, pub or an appointment at the Doctors.
In return, you will joining a team of very special people, making a positive difference to the lives of the elderly.
To discover more about what it is like to be a Home Instead CAREGiver why not click on the play button for the short 3 minute video called "a different kind of job" on the top right hand side of this page.
If you're interested in hearing more about this rewarding work, give us call on 01949 480480 or 01636 550480. Alternatively click on the "Employment Enquiry Form" link on the left hand side of this page to register your interest.
I would like to thank everyone at Home Instead for providing dad with excellent care, much needed company and kindness over the last few years. We greatly appreciate all you have done for him.Mr J - Plymouth