As you step into the world of Home Instead Lancaster, you’re not just entering a career; you’re entering a realm where compassion meets professional growth. Our mission is simple yet profound: to provide the highest standard of care that changes lives every day. If you’re kind, compassionate, and dedicated to making a meaningful impact, you might find your calling as a Care Professional at Home Instead Lancaster.
At Home Instead Lancaster, we’re in search of Care Professionals who embody kindness and compassion. To excel in this role, one must fully grasp our values and mission, dedicating themselves to delivering exceptional care. What sets us apart is our commitment to ensuring both our clients and Care Professionals experience continuity in their relationships. With minimum one-hour visits to the same clients every week, we create a space where relationships flourish, and routines are tailored to enhance the quality of life within the client’s home.
If you’re wondering whether this is just another caregiving role, think again. There’s no such thing as “just a Carer” at Home Instead Lancaster. The power to change someone’s life for the better every day is a privilege we hold dear. Whether you’re providing companionship or offering more advanced personal or dementia care, we equip you with the training and knowledge you need to embrace the role confidently. As a Care Professional, you have the capacity to make a world of difference the moment you step through your client’s door, empowering them to live independently and receive exceptional care right at home.
At Home Instead Lancaster, we understand that care should never be rushed. To provide the highest quality of service, we’ve established one-hour minimum client visit times. This enables our Care Professionals to focus on the overall health and wellbeing of every client, ensuring that no aspect of their care is compromised.
Our journey to becoming industry leaders has been possible because of the incredible individuals who have supported us along the way. We’re passionate about recognising and rewarding our employees for the dedication and time they’ve invested in making Home Instead Lancaster what it is today.
We believe in enhancing the lives of our staff in every possible way. That’s why we offer hundreds of discounts for high street retailers, allowing our team to live even more enjoyable and fulfilling lives.
Just as our clients’ health and happiness are paramount, we value the wellbeing of our staff. To support our team members through work-related or personal issues that may affect their physical or mental health, we provide an Employee Assistance Programme.
At Home Instead Lancaster, we place a significant emphasis on building lasting relationships. We match Care Professionals and clients based on their personalities and interests. This approach helps them form an instant rapport with the clients they’re caring for, making the caregiving experience more meaningful and enjoyable.
Every Care Professional at Home Instead receives comprehensive professional knowledge and practical skills to ensure the safety, wellness, and happiness of their clients at home. Our training covers a wide spectrum, from basic moving and handling techniques to advanced City & Guilds assured Dementia and End of Life training, as well as City & Guilds preferred provider Parkinson’s courses.
We go beyond standard training, offering opportunities to gain industry-recognised qualifications such as Level 2 and 3 in Health and Social Care, among others. As a Care Professional at Home Instead, you’ll receive unwavering support through a program of customised training and ongoing education, providing you with the chance to acquire specialist knowledge and advance your career.
As a Care Professional at Home Instead Lancaster, your responsibilities encompass various aspects of care, ensuring that your clients lead fulfilling lives at home. These responsibilities include:
Companionship: Fostering regular and meaningful social interaction with your clients is an essential part of your role.
Home Help: Assisting with everyday activities and tasks, such as planning and preparing nutritious meals, light housework, and accompanying clients to appointments or shopping.
Personal Care: Supporting clients with daily essentials, including bathing, showering, dressing, and grooming, enabling them to maintain their independence at home.
Specialist Care: As the needs of your clients evolve, you’ll receive the training required to deliver person-centred care confidently.