WE ARE EXPERIENCED ,TRAINED ,INSURED AND CQC REGISTERED TEAM OF QUALITY CARE/SUPPORT WORKERS WITH VACANCIES
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I have worked in a specialist dementia team for 9 years, caring for 21 years in total including in a private nursing home, a residential home and in the community and at an older peoples’ day centre. I was nominated for the Pride of Bracknell award, being described as: “Down to earth, genuine, thoughtful, kind spirited, showing empathy to all, dealing with difficult situations, challenging behaviour, complex needs and going the extra mile to improve the lives of people with dementia and their families.” I am described as a very friendly and approachable person, and a versatile ray of sunshine to all those I assist, and that I have understanding and patience in bucket loads. I am offering full support, mentally, emotionally and physically to bring a little relief, joy and happiness to people with dementia and their carers/ families. Advice and signposting if needed, to other organisations.
Mark is a very experienced all rounder, with many skills learnt through his many years in business and bringing up his daughter, as a single parent. He is comfortable with all ages and has excellent communication skills.s
As well as being able to be a good companion and enabling social interaction, Mark is an expert on social media and has trained clients, how to access and use the internet safely and efficiently.
Mark also offers his skills as an administrator and a legal advocate, ensuring clients get their correct entitlements and benefits.
Recently, during the past decade, Mark has helped friends, family and clients with mental health and addiction issues. He has an autistic step son and has a strong supportive relationship.
Mark is a Company Director of many years and has worked as a cabinet maker, French polisher, decorator, gardener, chef and IT trainer.
Mark enjoys care work and enjoys helping others.
I am well- practised in delivery of the best possible care and assistance to clients to encourage
individual’s development. I act with integrity and in the best interest of clients while
ensuring compliance with policies and guidelines to inspire the delivery of effective support.
My roll is to actively engage in delivering person-centred support, and positively encourage community
links and relationships.
• To support and promote independence to the individuals I support.
• Assisting clients with their everyday needs and problems, both physical and emotional.
I am a reliable, kind, conscientious and trustworthy person. I enjoy helping others, taking care of their needs and spending some quality time with them.
Working in care is a wonderful career and I love my job of caring for others. I provide a service which allows me to make a significant difference to the life of an elderly individual as well as if required, bringing a sense of relief to their families at what may be proving to be a difficult time.I am very keen to encourage independence, retain privacy and dignity at all times. I am also on hand to help with any additional issues that may prove too difficult . I have gained qualifications in Therapeutic Counselling for a number of years and have developed an ability to listen with attentiveness to my client and their differing needs which has given me additional skills that are transferable to the role as a Private Care Assistant.
Please contact me if you would like to discuss care for either yourself or a loved one. I am here at your service in order to offer you help and respite in your time of need.
“A conscientious and compassionate Persona Assistant with over 10 years’ experience in the provision of support to care for those who require assistance.
Aiming at delivery of best possible care and assistance while encouraging independence whenever an opportunity arises.
Core Skills and Experience:
Support Worker – Residential as well as the community settings.
Areas of Service: Mental health needs, Learning disabilities, Medical conditions or physical disabilities.
Working in people’s homes, in the community or in health and social care settings.
All mandatory trainings are up to date and refreshed as needed