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Looking out for loved-one’s mental health

It’s super important that we look out for our elderly loved-one’s mental health. Especially as we have recently come out of our firebreaker lockdown in Wales. A recent survey by the Alzheimer’s Society of around 2,000 people with dementia found that 45% said the lockdowns have had a negative impact on their mental health. We’ve […]

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Unfortunately, due to outdated stereotypes, many people believe caring is a career mostly suited to women.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 […]

Kick off 2020 with a new career

The New Year is the opportune time for people to shake things up a bit and so we’re calling for all the caring individuals out there to come forward and find out more about making a career for themselves in the care industry. We offer fantastic training and the opportunity for internal advancement. Anyone who […]

Carers offered free advice on respite relief

Carers who look after friends, neighbours or loved-ones are next month (May, 2018) being offered free advice on respite relief during our Respite Care Awareness Week from Monday, May 7 until Friday, May 11. There are many people in Wales who are caring for family members alongside full-time jobs and family commitments, which can be […]

Taking care of carers

Many people who care for loved ones often don’t give themselves a well-earned rest. Looking after someone can become physically and emotionally overwhelming especially if the carer also has work and other family commitments. It is extremely important that a caregiver has their own life away from caring in order to normalise themselves, even if […]