What’s different about our Care Assistant Jobs?
Our job, and yours, is a balance between responsibility, social and family time.
Our care assistants aid people in continuing to live their lives to the fullest, despite setbacks. To a large degree, that’s it. It’s a simple definition and we can’t say exactly what it is that we do differently to anyone else in this area, and that’s the truth. We’re an honest service and we look for genuine, hardworking people who truly love to help people out. Jobs like ours are not for everyone, but if they are for you then we will train you and support you to do the finest job you can.
Honesty is the best policy in this line of work. Building genuine friendships with clients is something we truly believe in. But people who are a good match for care assistant jobs – who have great potential – are always good people persons anyway. A familiar face, a happy one, a genuine one are what makes all the difference to our clients.
You will have a diverse range of skills as a care assistant. Helping a patient’s rehabilitation in hospital after an operation to helping get a client up in the morning and make their breakfast. Then there’s helping client’s children get off to school or do their homework, to having a chat and helping sort out the washing; all important everyday tasks. You may start the day making a cup of tea for a client at home. Then by the afternoon you may be chatting at the bedside of a client in hospital who only has a few weeks to live, ensuring they are comfortable, dignified and happy.
We always want to keep clients at home for as long as possible, but sometimes it’s just not for the best. The job can be varied and challenging, but always fulfilling and always worth it when you work hard and make strong relationships.
Our Job is Balance
Our job, and yours, is a balance between responsibility and enjoyment. This is what life is about, too.
At Kare Plus, the care assistant jobs we provide are only for the most excellent candidates. We work across much of the country and in various areas of this profession. Many roles are in hospitals or care centres, while many require home care. It is our main aim to keep clients in their home. It’s where they want to be. But if they can’t be at home then it is our job to make it feel just like they are.