A typical day is busy but rewarding, especially when you have the skills to make a difference to a persons life and independence. There is a lot to learn particularly if you have not worked in care before. Training is available to all, we are all responsible for our own development after the comprehensive induction period.
The role is not just befriending or going to coffee shops, far from it. There is shifts and weekend working but you get a rota in advance.
In comparison to other care company's I have worked for I am the happiest here, really good caring staff and management.
Good pay and the hours fit personal life