Whether you are a professional carer, or are an unpaid carer looking after a loved one, there is no doubt that it can often feel quite isolating and overwhelming when…Read More
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Whether you are a professional carer, or are an unpaid carer looking after a loved one, there is no doubt that it can often feel quite isolating and overwhelming when trying to find information to help you deliver the best possible care.
There is a plethora of external resources out there that can assist care workers in their role – if you know where to look!
The Rewards of being a Care Worker
By Eliza Esposito “Caring for vulnerable people and people in need, carries a sense of fulfilment and accomplishment that only comes when you engage in helping others, and in the…Read More
A day in the life of a Companion Carer
By Yvonne Tough My name is Yvonne and I am a Companion Carer for Bright Care which means I visit with senior citizens in the comfort of their own homes….Read More
What it takes to be a Companion Carer
By Jemima Vetha Caring for elderly people is a role that requires many natural skills, skills that are not easily taught at College or at Training Courses. Empathy, patience, good listening…Read More
5 Simple Steps to Creating Happy Carers!
It’s not easy to become a Bright Care Companion Carer! Our selection, interview and training programmes are rigorous and aim to identify the best of the best; those people that…Read More
5 things I wish I knew before I started my business…
Never underestimate the value of being an employee in someone else’s business. How will you know how to relate your employees if you were not once one yourself? You will…Read More