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Are you after extra money towards your summer holidays and are a lovely caring, compassionate & thoughtful person with a bright outlook on life?
Then you could become a CAREGiver, our CAREGivers are people who can make a difference in their community and help to care for seniors
Our number one priority is delivering the highest quality care and companionship tailored to the individual needs of each client with visit times being nothing less than 45 minutes.
We have full time and part time work in Stone and the surrounding villages, Stafford, Cheadle, Tean & Blythe Bridge that includes working alternate weekends.
Applicants must have access to reliable transport and hold a full driving licence and be over 18. Full training will be provided to successful applicants and QCF qualifications in the future.
To apply or for more information contact:
Becky Wyatt on 01785 817339
Or visit our website: homeinstead.co.uk/Stafford
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A relative of one of our clients commented that “the caregivers are truly magic, I can’t speak highly enough of the care and support that’s provided.”
We were awarded a “Good” overall rating in our Care Quality Commission inspection but we were thrilled to receive an outstanding for the section “Is the service caring?” The inspector reported that “compassion, respect and consideration were key values”.
Do you want to join our “outstanding” team?
Our number one priority is delivering the highest quality care and companionship tailored to the individual needs of each client with visit times being nothing less than 45 minutes
We need lovely caring people with a bright outlook on life to become CAREGivers, people who can make a difference in their community and help to care for seniors.
To apply or for more information
Call Becky on 01785 817339
Read our CQC report here: Click Here
My Father's greatest worry was that he would not be able to return to the bungalow that he had lived in for nearly 15 years, so it is with thanks to Kim and Sam that his last weeks were filled with care, affection and warmth.Client's Son, Stafford