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Snow and ice warnings won’t stop care being delivered

Warnings of snow and ice are currently in place in North Wales and will remain during New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day and beyond according to the MET office. We are always ready and prepared, whatever the weather, to ensure our service users are cared for as normal. They can rest assured we won’t let […]

Care jobs for out of work over-50s

Recent research revealed the number of over-50s out of work increased by 33% in 2020 with 371,000 people unemployed in July to September, compared with 280,000 in 2019. It is widely thought that young people have been the most affected by the pandemic. This is due to mass redundancies in sectors such as hospitality, leisure […]

Could your calling be in care work?

Jobseekers in Wales are being asked to consider taking up a career in care. We are looking for kind, honest and caring individuals to take on a job within our care teams. We can offer full time, part time, mornings, evenings and weekend only work. There are so many people out there that might not […]

Our carers are braced for the cold weather

As we move into the colder months of the year, our carers are preparing themselves for the winter weather. Our staff always take into account the weather conditions when visiting service users and will go above and beyond to make sure everyone they look after is warm, well fed and hydrated. They also promise to […]

There’s no age limit for a career in care

More people than ever are working in care into their fifties, sixties and beyond, which is a positive reflection of our ageing society. We fully appreciate the value that older workers bring, including career and general life experience. Many of them are looking for more flexible work to fit around their lifestyles. We welcome the […]

How our carers are protecting the NHS

Our work in the communities we serve across Wales is essential and protects those who need care at home, as well as the NHS. By having carers visit them on a daily basis, our service users are shielded from the coronavirus, helping to alleviate additional pressure on hospitals. It is a blessing for many elderly […]

Why caring is a career for all genders

Unfortunately, due to outdated stereotypes, many people believe caring is a career mostly suited to women. This is because they’re seen as the more kind and caring genders. However, we have lots of male staff members who are equally as kind, caring and professional. We have many male service users and having male carers helps […]

Could you or your loved-one benefit from respite care?

Short-term respite care might help you if you are an unpaid carer, looking after a family member alongside your own job and other family commitments. It is important, if you are providing care for someone, that you ensure you get a well-earned break. If you don’t, you won’t be able to provide the care to […]

The benefits of live-in care

Live-in care is just one of the many services we offer. It’s a great alternative to care homes and service users can receive personal support in the comfort of their own home. It is ideal for people, particularly those with dementia, who like to see a familiar face. Having a different carer coming to you […]

Business as usual despite bad weather

Elderly and vulnerable people in Wales will not be left unattended despite warnings of more flooding and bad weather in the country thanks to our dedicated home care teams. Our highly trained professional carers have provided support to service users during the recent flooding and are preparing for more proposed bad weather to come. Many […]