At Bright Care we offer our employees a refer-a-friend bonus scheme of £400. We do this because we trust that our Care Assistants know what it takes to be a Bright Carer and can recognise that potential in others.
We recently spoke to one of our experienced Live-in Care Assistants, Sylvia and her recently-trained daughter Pricilla, who was recommended by her mother to work for Bright Care.
“I was recommended to apply for a job to work for Bright Care by a friend. I like it because they train you, look after you and teach you how to give care to other people, which is a very good skill. Giving care to my clients means that their life is easier. Bright Care is not just about work, it is a family, and they will help you to become a better version of yourself.”
“Bright Care will give my daughter Pricilla full training and the opportunity to develop her skills and the continuing personal development will help her to grow. I know that Pricilla has lots of potential and has the right personality to be a Live-in Carer, as she adapts easily to new situations and is a fast learner. Also, the working conditions offered by Bright Care are excellent and I believe Pricilla has a long career in care ahead of her.”
“I am enjoying it, it’s perfect! I have just been matched with my first client. We have only known each other for a short amount of time, but we have connected and get on very well because we like the same things and it feels like we’ve known each other forever. I like his family as well and they seem pleased with me.”
“I particularly enjoyed the training. It covered everything that I need to know and everyone was so friendly that I felt comfortable to ask any questions I wanted. The matching up with my client was really good; they asked me lots of questions to get to know me, and to make sure that we would get on really well. Now that I’m matched with a client, Bright Care will be checking on me to make sure everything is going well.”
“The training covered a lot. At the Training Academy we learnt about risk assessments and how to complete accident forms, manual handling, record keeping, personal hygiene, first aid awareness, safeguarding, adult care and confidentiality. They also taught us how to take care of ourselves, physically and mentally, so that we can continue to care well for others.”
Career in care with Bright Care
We offer our employees full training, a generous salary, a pension scheme, paid holidays and mileage allowance. All our Care Assistants undergo a rigorous matching process with their clients, to ensure that meaningful relationships are developed. Bright Care offers you a rewarding career in care, the opportunity for personal development and the potential for career development and promotion.
Why choose Bright Care?
We offer award-winning in-home care for those in their later years. Our care services can support your loved ones to live independently in the comfort of their own home.