A care company who provides home care services for ageing adults across Solihull, is currently looking to expand their care team, creating 50 jobs across the local area.
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered many people’s lives, and priorities have certainly changed. The important roles of caregivers across the country have been highlighted, becoming more respected and admired for keeping our elderly population safe.
Speaking about the need to expand their team of caregivers, David Dunn, owner of Home Instead Solihull, said: “The way in which we operate is unique and allows us to offer a different working environment for our caregivers. For example, we match clients and caregivers, looking for common areas of interest or life experience so that there is an immediate connection.
David continued: “We have people requiring our care right now and so we are very keen to encourage more local people to consider a career with us. For people with or without prior experience, we provide a full training programme so any compassionate, reliable people who are interested in working with us should get in touch.”
Home Instead caregivers come from a range of backgrounds, but one thing they all have in common is that they want to make a difference and really give back to their local community. Caregivers’ duties are tailored to the needs of individual clients and ranges from companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, post-discharge care, personal care, shopping and errands.
Anyone interested in finding out more should call 01564 330 395.