We would like to thank you and express our sincere appreciation for the dedicated care and attention you have given dad, with your help he has been able to stay living at home for as long as possible. Many thanks." Service user’s family, Bangor
At Cymorth Llaw we take great care when employing people to support others at home. We only employ the best local people who share our values and beliefs in the way care at home should be provided.
Successful candidates receive the weekly hours of work they want, a secure & regular income, full training and 24/7 support along with long term employment with a leading provider of services within Health & Social Care.
Although experience and pre-existing Social Care qualifications are preferred, there are no specific minimum entry qualification requirements for Care Worker job roles with Cymorth Llaw Ltd. Applicants must be able to drive and all applicants will complete and enhanced criminal records check (DBS check) as well as a number of other reference and employment checks prior to employment.
Job alerts can be found below on this page, twitter feed and Facebook page, as well as through Universal Jobs Match and other media outlets.
The work of Care Worker is extremely rewarding and can include helping people at home with:
- Dressing, hair and make-up or shaving
- Support with personal care and continence
- Prompting medication and management
- Support during the night
- Planning, shopping and cooking meals
- Light housework
- Laundry and ironing
- Mobility or personal safety
- Personal admin and helping to pay bills
- Managing personal appointments
- Trips out of the house
- Being a companion and offering emotional support
- Providing peace of mind for the client and family members
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