Being a CAREGiver
Being a Care Giver bares many hats - friendship, trust and reliability are at the top of the list. Being a good listener, an avid cook (to help provide the all important nutrition to keep healthy) and having a broad range of interests helps with the task of being a good companion. Do you run your own house, have a family or live by yourself - then you know what it takes to keep things tidy in the home. These attributes are the foundation of being a good Care Giver.
We provide full training, starting with an Induction Course , continuing with Moving and Handling, Medication and Basic Life Support and then moving on to Dementia Care. Furthermore we have access to government funding for NVQ levels in Health and Social Care as well as being able to assist with completion of the Care Certificate which can be done in conjunction with the NVQ or on it's own.