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Care is job for life in Wales

Care roles represent jobs for life in economically uncertain times and with the threat of a recession following in the aftermath of COVID-19 (July, 2020). According to experts, unemployment figures will continue to rise with the young and those who work for non-essential retailers and in tourism, catering and hospitality potentially suffering the most. There […]

Search on for 100 new carers at recruitment open day

One hundred new carers are needed to help keep the elderly and vulnerable at home in Wales and we are hosting a recruitment event for people looking to help make a difference (August, 2019). Our staff will be at Conwy Business Centre at Junction Way in Llandudno on September 9 from 9am until 4pm to […]

Mel is appointed as our Newtown care ambassador

Mel Edwards who works as a carer at our Newtown office has been appointed as an ambassador for the industry and is offering free talks to schools and colleges in the area. The talks will provide an insight into the industry for any students interested in working in it in the future and will also […]

We’re calling for more carers to help with winter pressure

We are calling for caring individuals to join our team to help look after the elderly and vulnerable during our busiest time of the year (February, 2019). The winter months are some of our busiest as the cold weather can affect our service users greatly. Pre and post-Christmas is our busiest time of the year, […]

Ageing population means care work is a job for life

Care has become a job for life due to the on-going growth of the ageing population in the country (July, 2018). According to official statistics Wales has the fastest growing proportion of older people in the UK – by 2039 there will be 44% more people aged 65 and above compared to 2014. As a […]