Everything we do is about putting people first – whether that be delivering exceptional care and support for our clients, or providing growth and development opportunities for our teams.
The role of the Care Assistant is to perform duties and tasks to facilitate our clients to live independently and feel comfortable in their home.
It is important that all employees of the company follow the rules, policies and procedures as laid out in the staff handbook and in the ‘policies and procedures’ book which is kept in the office and available for any Care Assistant.
It is sometimes difficult to generalise about what the role of a Care Assistant is. The best way of summing it up is that we might perform the tasks carried out by a close friend or relative but in a trained, professional and knowledgeable way.
A thorough training programme is applicable to every member of the 24/7 Helping Hands Service team. This constitutes both initial and ongoing training and is a requirement of all staff. Every member of staff will be required to apply for, and achieve, a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Some of the duties of a Care Assistant include: