Who is considered a carer?

A carer is anyone, including children and adults who looks after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because of their illness, frailty, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction and cannot cope without their support. The care they give is unpaid. When we refer to carers in this document, this is inclusive of both adult and young carers.

Many carers don’t see themselves as carers and it takes them an average of two years to acknowledge their role as a carers

Skills required

You’ll need:

  • The ability to relate to people from a wide variety of backgrounds
  • Skills in communicating with tact and sensitivity
  • The ability to remain calm under pressure

What you'll do

You’ll be helping people in their own homes or in day centres, residential or nursing homes. Your day-to-day duties may include:

  • Getting to know clients and their interests and needs
  • Helping with personal care like washing, using the toilet and dressing
  • Food preparation, feeding and giving out medication
  • Carrying out general tasks like housework, laundry and shopping
  • Helping clients manage their budget, pay bills and write letters
  • Supporting families to get used to new caring responsibilities
  • Giving emotional and practical support to children and young people
  • Working with other health and social care professionals to provide individual care and development plans
  • Helping to organise leisure activities
  • Going with clients to and from a residential home

What we have achieved in last 2 years;

Company started from scratch with a vision to provide quality care all over the world.

  • Now has a range of Clients all over Lancashire, which are increasing day by day.
  • Employees are very happy with our services.
  • Clients demands are met.

Achieved fantastic relationships with clients and employees


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