Laid-off, self-employed & out-of-work given financial lifeline

Those currently fit and healthy but unable to work following business closures and Coronavirus restrictions can earn money in their own community with us (April, 2020). We can offer full training and paid work immediately to anyone willing to become a professional home carer as we desperately need to fill care roles in Wales. We’re […]

Staff can continue to provide care during Coronavirus crisis with 3D printed PPE

Care workers at our Newtown branch have been given extra protection to help them carry out frontline care for the elderly and vulnerable thanks to a donation of 3D printed PPE (personal protective equipment) face shields (April, 2020). In addition to the equipment they already have, staff working at our Newtown branch were given 100 […]

We’re celebrating 10 years looking after elderly in Wales

We are celebrating 10 years of providing care to the elderly and vulnerable in Wales this year (2019). We were established in 2009 and opened our first branch in North Wales, providing care in the surrounding areas. We have opened a further six offices across the country and employ more than 1,000 carers. Back in […]

We’ve taken on care services in North East Wales

We will now be providing care in Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire to complement the award-winning services we already provide elsewhere in the country. Thousands of people are currently supported by us in North, Mid and South Wales and following our successes in these areas we will now be handling provisions in North East Wales. We’ve […]

Jane climbs career ladder to Branch Manager

Jane Jones from Newtown has recently (November, 2018) been promoted to Branch Manager at our Newtown office. She joined us in 2014 as a Care Co-ordinator and worked her way up the career ladder to Operations Executive and now to Branch Manager where she will oversee staff and support them in their roles. The 34-year-old […]

Terri promoted from receptionist to recruiter

Terri Bramfitt from Newtown has recently (October, 2018) been promoted to the role of Recruitment Administrator. The 29-year-old, who previously worked as a receptionist at our Newtown branch, will now deal with new candidate enquiries and selecting individuals to go on to the interview process for a care role. Terri said: “I have been with […]

Scott follows in his mum’s footsteps to become a care giver

Scott Renney from Aberdare has followed in his mum’s footsteps and recently (September, 2018) joined our team at our Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) office as a care giver. Eighteen-year-old Scott was recommended to us by his mum Debbie Renney as part of our refer a friend scheme. He said: “I am thrilled to have joined […]

Meet us at Anglesey show and help raise money for charity

Job seekers can meet us and help raise money for charity with a raffle at the Anglesey Show next month (August, 2018). We will be at the Anglesey Show on August 14 and 15 to speak to anyone interested in working in care. We will also be running a raffle to win a giant teddy […]

We’ve won a tender to provide more domiciliary care on Anglesey

We have recently (June, 2018) won a tender to increase our provision of care hours in Anglesey from 700 to 2,000 per week. The tender was awarded to us by the Isle of Anglesey County Council and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and will see us continue to provide care services for the next three-to-six-years. […]

Albert urges men to sign up to become carers

Albert Mott from Garnant in Wales is encouraging other men to sign up to become carers and break the stereotype that a position in care is more suited to women. Fifty-nine-year-old Albert has worked as a Care Worker for us since March, 2017. He said: “Many people believe that care work is more suited to […]