As a Medacs Healthcare care worker you will receive ongoing support from the Homecare team, not only through training, but through guidance, articles and best practice advice.
Our latest blogs:
September 2018: The importance of communication in homecare. Click here to read.
September 2018: How homecare workers can help reduce the effects of a cold winter on the elderly. Click here to read.
September 2018: How homecare workers can spot fraud and scams on the elderly. Click here to read.
December 2018: Identifying and preventing elderly malnutrition. Click here to read.
Advice and guidance:
September 2018 - Cold Weather Intervention Checklist:
As winter approaches, we ask that you - our care workers, start to think about how you can prepare and ensure that all service users are kept safe and warm over the colder months. Take a look at this checklist for use when on a service user visit to help recognise early warning signs of ill health. Click the image to view.
December 2018 - Professional boundaries in care
As with all professions, care workers are expected to uphold key boundaries to protect themselves, their service users and the company they work for. These boundaries are meant to ensure that relationships between care workers and service users remain professional, even when working in very personal environments.
Apply today or request further information:
If you are interested in homecare or have any questions about the role, please get in touch with our team. You can apply directly or ask for more information by completing the following form.
Please note, we are currently only recruiting for care workers in the following areas: Manchester, Tameside, East Cheshire, London, Barnsley, Leeds, Leicester and Bristol.
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