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We’re excited to announce the relaunch of Home Help. The relaunch of Home Help brings with it a number of positions across the UK, want to find out more? Read our blog below.
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Worrying about money over the summer months? Will you need to take time off work for childcare?
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In the modern working world it is far too common for individuals to wonder what it is they can offer businesses, but...
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To help paint a picture of the different types of care this Carers Week, we’ve spoken to a number of different individuals that all provide care in different capacities.
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To help paint a picture of the different types of care this Carers Week, we’ve spoken to a number of different individuals that all provide care in different capacities.
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To help paint a picture of the different types of care this Carers Week, we’ve spoken to a number of different individuals that all provide care in different capacities.
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Kare Plus Durham recently achieved a Living Wage Foundation accreditation for their commitment to paying staff inline with the national standard.
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Being invited into a customer’s home as a carer is a huge privilege. Over time you will earn their trust and help...
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A personal story from one of our employees about her journey of supporting a daughter diagnosed with epilepsy.
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During Dementia Action Week, we take a look at one of the biggest charity movements nationally supporting individuals with dementia
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Defined in the Oxford Dictionary as ‘a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or...
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Dementia is not a disease itself, but a term used to describe a group of symptoms that include; memory loss, confusion, mood changes, and difficulty with day-to-day tasks. These symptoms begin to appear when cells stop working properly in specific areas of the brain. There are several different types of dementia, with the most common cause being Alzheimer’s disease, but they all have the same result of reducing a person’s cognitive functions.
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