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It's a delight for Home Instead to welcome its new CAREGivers to the team.
Sam, Charlotte, and Emma, all three completed their Induction Training last week and are now ready to be introduced to their clients.
They know that inviting someone into your home to provide personal care services can be daunting. That's why they only select CAREGivers who have a real caring nature, with empathy and devotion to providing the highest quality care experience.
Their specialist training equips all CAREGivers with the professional knowledge to take care of loved ones in their later life. The CAREGivers are trained to understand the associated conditions of ageing which can affect activities of daily living.
They want clients to be confident and safe with the CAREGivers who will be providing care, so they undertake extensive checks on all CAREGivers they recruit. It doesn't matter how simple or complex clients' needs are, CAREGivers ensure that each individual is cared for with respect, dignity and compassion.
CAREGivers are trained to establish a relationship through companionship, to observe your loved one's health and wellbeing, they will recommend strategies for continued support and will adapt the services to your loved ones changing needs.