Our care workers are registered and ready for placement only after they have gone through our careful recruitment process, been properly vetted on qualifications, references and police clearance checks and been through our orientation programme.
Dedicated home carers
We have a solid base of dedicated and committed home carers who come from a variety of backgrounds and have an age range of between 25 and 60 years.
We have both male and female care workers.
We aim to provide 24 hour home care by registered care workers who:
- Assist with housework, shopping and cooking as directed by their client
- Help with all personal care needs of their client
- Consider the needs of their client first
- Offer respect, dignity and privacy to their client
- Encourage and assist their client to do as much for themselves as is reasonably possible
To ensure that we provide the highest level of quality care workers and service we have an ongoing training policy that ensures our care workers are trained and up to date on the latest health and safety requirements. This includes items such lifting; food hygiene; first aid care; personal care and how to deal with dementia.
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