Hi my name is Donna. I am a mum with three teenage boys. I’ve been a carer for 17 years. I’m honest and reliable. I love my job. It’s very rewarding.
Hi, my name is Kim.I am 55 years old and have been working in the Care Environment for 23 years. My key strengths are that I am reliable, patient, caring, honest, discreet and very friendly.As well as looking after people who are elderly, I have cared for people with a range of conditions and disabilities. These range from Dementia, Stroke Victims, Multiple Sclerosis, Visual and Hearing Impairment and many others.
I am a very kind, conscientious person. I am very reliable and trustworthy and I enjoy helping people take care of their needs and spending quality time with them.
I am a mature person and have been working with the elderly and vulnerable adults for more than 10 years. My eldest child has spina bifida which can be very challenging at time taking a lot of time and patients so I have first hand experience in helping, communicating and understanding people’s needs
I consider myself to be friendly, happy ,patient, trustworthy , hardworking person, nothing is to much trouble if I can help I will .I have a very good working relationship with my clients and their families.
I enjoy my job very much giving the help and support needed to enable people to live in the comfort of their own homes
When I’m not working I like to do jigsaw puzzles, make sweet trees and decorate glasses with glitter as gifts for family and friends, but most of all I love to spend time with my grandchildre
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.
I worked for Procter & Gamble as a Senior Secretary for 15 years. I’ve now been a Domestic Service Provider for nearly 4 years and love my role. I get great job satisfaction from seeing the end results and making people happy. My motto is: a clean and tidy house equals a clean and tidy mind. I love all animals. I’m practical and efficient and have a good listening ear if needed.
My key strengths are: Reliable, Positive Attitude, Self Motivated, Organisation, Honesty and Integrity, Flexible and Adaptable, Responsible, Listening and Computer Skills
Authentic healthcare are a close friendly team supporting individuals in their own homes by providing a variety of quality support and care, promoting independence, maintaining dignity and aid in emotional well being in a holistic perspective. Authentic healthcare provide care for people:
requiring live in care, respite live in even on short notice;
in a recuperation phase;
accessing social activities in the community;
helping with light domestic duties and household tasks;
I would describe myself as very kind, calm, caring, mature mother, honest, educated, responsible, capable, very reliable, very friendly, enthusiastic, with a good sense of humour and am a good listener and use my initiative.
My background prior to having my family is Office Management/personnel, I enjoy helping others. Assisting people to stay independent in their homes is extremely rewarding and even though what I do is only small, I believe it adds real quality to their lives.
Maybe you just want a friendly face for a chat and a cuppa with, it’s just as important to me!
Happy to do extra hours from my home if feasible, i.e. Paperwork, typing, ironing, preparing food to freeze (crumbles,stews etc).
Friendly Faces, a team dedicated to serving the needs of the community in Wokingham and surrounding areas.Friendly Faces help Clients with their everyday life in their own surroundings. Our services range from home help, which is vital everyday for some and for others it is a weekly visit for companionship.Friendly Faces offers you and your family a service that is affordable, accredited, insured, trusted and reliable.
Our home help is tailor made to each client, all ages are supported.
We believe that high quality home help cannot be rushed therefore we use two hour allocated times, this can be longer if required.
All of our team are enhanced DBS checked.
We would love to hear from you please contact us for more information :
Hi, my name is Lynn.
I am 58 years old and I have been working in care for a care agency for over 16 years. It’s a job I love. I’m a ‘sunny’ happy person with a good spence of humour and a love of animals. I have 2 horses and a cat, Harry Dolly and Ollie the cat. No children, but I’m ‘Honoury Granny’ to my partners 5 grandchildren. When I’m not caring or riding I like to keep fit.
I like to think that I’m easy to talk to. I volunteered as a Samaritan for 8 years but stopped due to lack of time. I will volunteer again when I’m not so busy.
I have cared for people with a range of conditions and disabilities as well as people who are elderly; Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone disease, Cerebral Palsy, Visual and Hearing Impairment, Dementia, Stoke victims, Amputees, Learning Disabilities,
I have received training each year in:
Food hygiene level 3, Dementia, Medication Administration, Moving and Handling, Safeguarding.
Hi, my name is Lorraine.I have worked in care since 1991 (in both hospital and community setting).I have supported a wide range of clients, making sure they all have a high level of care and treated as individuals. I am honest, reliable and caring person.
I first got involved in personal care when a dear friend of mine became ill. I looked after her and attended to all of her household chores and needs. I decided that this was my vocation and have since looked after a variety of people with the same level of devotion.
I have cared for the elderly as well as young people with severe levels of disability. I pride myself in delivering a professional yet personable flexible service.
I’m here to assist you however I can.
I offer a wide range of services. If you find it difficult to get out, I can help you with shopping; picking up prescriptions and pensions. I have worked previously in administration so can support you with administration and communication. I am a good listener and am happy just to spend time with you if you would like company sometimes. I also undertake light gardening and domestic duties. My previous jobs have included pet care and babysitting.
Helen’s Helping Hands offers support to the elderly and those with long term health-conditions. I am very approachable and friendly and nothing is too much trouble. I tend to go above and beyond what is required of me – that’s just my nature. My current clients have a wide range of ages and ailments and I’ve developed a great working relationship with not only them but their families and friends too. Assisting clients remain independent whilst ensuring they are safe and happy in their own homes – and out and about – is very important to me and I’ll do whatever I can to enhance this.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me for a chat to see how I could help you. I also have a Facebook page – Helen’s Helping Hands Berkshire – where you can see reviews from happy clients and their family and friends.
Duties undertaken – Help offered includes, but is not limited to, shopping (with you or for you), errands, domestic services, laundry, ironing, garden tidy, accompanying to appointments, companion, paperwork, utility bill reviews, de-cluttering, phone call assistance, meal preparation …. As long as it’s legal and I’m not going to hurt myself, I’m willing to help!
I am a very caring friendly person, trustworthy, honest, with a sense of humour. I’m understanding and a great listener. If you are looking for someone to help with your day to day needs, or just need someone to have a little company with, I would love to help. I have my own lovely family, a husband and three children that I adore. We love to go for walks and spending quality time together. I have over 15 years experience in customer service.
WE ARE EXPERIENCED ,TRAINED ,INSURED AND CQC REGISTERED TEAM OF QUALITY CARE/SUPPORT WORKERS WITH VACANCIES
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I am a young 45 year old mother of one teenager and two adult children. I am also married and have two dogs.
Now that my children are grown up,my job is my passion.
I have extended experience in working in a hospital environment,care homes and working for a care agency looking after people in their own homes.
I am a bubbly,honest,trustworthy and highly caring person. Who takes pride in my appearance and my job.
I love to look after my clients as if they were my own relatives and make them and their families feel supported.
I am trained in first aid and moving and handling.
I come with 30 years experience in the care sector and outstanding references from clients whose lives I have impacted for the better.
I offer night duty upon request and assessment if required.
Other services offered include,housework and laundry.Personal care. Shopping duties. Transport and support to and from appointments. Companionship. To name but a few.
Hourly rate dependant on service required.
Hi you can call me Rai. I am a trained nurse outside the UK since 2011. I worked as a nurse for 5 years in my country, I used to work in a hospital in the wards, emergency room and intensive care unit also as a nurse I worked in an ambulance with rescues and transfers of patients to hospitals.
Since I live in England I have dedicated myself to caring for people in their most diverse needs, I have used my skills as a nurse and my passion for caring for people to provide high standards of individualised care.
In these almost 10 years I have acquired vast experience in the care of the elderly and adults in different conditions such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, palliative care, recovery and rehabilitation, brain injury, learning disability, among others and domestic services.
I consider myself friendly, trustworthy, responsible, helpful in whatever I have within reach.
Our service is designed with the client to suit their specific needs and requirements. The service is completely bespoke ranging from a cuppa and a chat at home, baking, light domestic duties and medical appointments to shopping trips, cinema visits, pub lunches and any other activity of choice.
Whilst we strive to provide an outstanding service to our clients, their emotional wellbeing is of paramount importance to us. Our PA’s aren’t there solely to cater for their domestic requirements, we are there to build trusting relationships, friendships and to create a bond with them. Our interest is in the person, their story, their history, it’s all about them.
Unique Companions are great listeners, we hear what’s being said, we remember the things that matter to others. Whilst not trained councillors, we offer support and direction if needed. Our focus is to bring positivity and energy to those using our service and to enjoy our time together.
We aren’t here to share our woes with our clients, we are here to hopefully bring joy and friendship to their lives. Everybody needs somebody and who better to spend time with someone who helps to brighten their day.
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 offer a support and companionship service to the elderly and those with long term health conditions. Assisting clients to remain independent whilst ensuring they are safe and happy in their own homes and out and about socially, is at the heart of the support service I provide. I am very passionate and driven about helping people and really making a difference to others. I consider myself to be a very friendly, happy, patient, trustworthy, caring, reliable, confidential and a hardworking person, nothing is too much trouble, if I can help I will. Establishing excellent working relationships with my clients and their families is of the up most importance to me and at the core of everything I do. My clients’ happiness and satisfaction is paramount whilst ensuring their needs are meet with dignity, respect, care and compassion.
I have been working as a PA for the past year building and developing a regular client base with a wide range of support needs such as assisting with domestic chores, accompanying on shopping trips, companionship at home and out and about, accompanying to activity groups, Dr and hospital appointments as well as assisting with paperwork, bill paying and admin. I also have professional and extensive personal experience with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. I am also a Dementia Friend.
Please do not hesitate to contact me. I am here to help support you and will do my upmost to provide a support package tailor made to suit you.
My name is Angelo, I am qualified and professional health care provider with more than 15 years’ experience. I have experience working with elderly and young people depending on their care needs. I am also specialised in supporting individuals that suffer from spinal and brain injuries. I hold a level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young Services. My responsibilities as support worker to my clients are to support them with all care needs, such as medications administration and audit, care planning and offering input towards more person-centred ways of working. I lease with all healthcare professionals such as RMNs, GPs, DN individuals’ relatives in a friendly yet professional manner for all my clients.
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.
My name is Ana, I am a self employed care assistant with over 6 years experience within the care industry, I hold a level 1&2 in health and social care, I also have all my trainings up to date, with long experience in hoisting and administrating nomad packs, I can help with all house duties and personal care. I absolutely love my job and I am committed to give the best service I can. I am available immediately for work, please give me call to discuss your requirements.
Hello, my name is Jema and I am 51 years young!
With the closure of so many services for adults with learning disabilities over the last 2 years maybe it is time to look at daytime activities for adults that need support in a different way… you can choose the activity, which friends that you want to spend time with and no need for public transport or taxis as I will provide the transport. I can support up to 3 friends at a time. Tell me what it is you like doing and I will arrange it. Could include… Bowling, lunches out, beauty treatments, walks, craft sessions. Or you may just need some support to enable your independence with shopping and errands.
My brother was born with Down Syndrome when I was 12 yrs old so all my adult life, I have been involved with people with support needs.
My work life has been varied I have worked in offices, people’s homes (Personal Assistant and Domiciliary Care) and Day Centres for Adults with Learning/Physical Disabilities. I have run cleaning businesses and am a Nail Technician. I have also worked in Supported Employment enabling people covered under the Equality Act 2010 into and to keep jobs.
I have been married for 18 years, I’m a mother and nana (2 beautiful girls). I enjoy spending time with family, friends and my small but very loud dog. I love animals except spiders! My passion for cooking and baking is enjoyed by many. I also really enjoy swimming and hot tubbing. I’ve sort of mastered the art of online shopping over the last few years too!!
Kindness is very important to me and acceptance, let’s celebrate our differences.
I am trustworthy, dedicated, punctual and have a great sense of humour.
I look forward to planning some fun with you!
Throughout the years I have gained many skills.
I am a qualified hairdresser as well as working as a security guard for 10 years.
I worked for a cleaning company for many years.
I gained some skills working in a kitchen and I also worked in a care home when I was younger, when my great grandad was living there.
I thoroughly enjoy looking after people and helping them out with their every day needs. I have done it for a very long time and feel it’s a very rewarding job.
Hi, my name is Marlene
I have worked for a Care Company in the Bracknell area and also provided some domestic services for the last few years, I pride myself on high standards and care provided.
I am easy to talk to, I consider myself to be a friendly, happy, patient, energetic, caring, trustworthy person and have cared for people with a range of conditions and disabilities as well as people who are elderly.
Hi my name is Emma, I am a cheerful,honest hardworking person , who is very passionate about the work I do. I have over 20 years experience. I have worked with many different clients which all have different needs and I have enjoyed working with every single one of them and I look forward to meeting you too
My name is Leigh, I am 41 years old and I have over 15 years experience in various care and support roles.I have lived in Bracknell for 20 years after moving here from Worthing, West Sussex. I am a very caring and friendly person with a good sense of humour.
I am passionate about ensuring people get the help and support they need to enable them to safely remain as independent as possible in their own home.
I have over ten years’ experience of working with many people who have different needs, including Dementia. I also have experience of housekeeping and household chores.
I love to help people, I am a good listener, friendly, trustworthy, reliable, fun, and like to make a real difference.
I am married and have two children who are now grown up. I am flexible with working hours, (including evenings and weekends) I have a DBS (Police check), and public liability insurance.
Please give me a call on 07814256495 if you would like a chat regarding my services or email at email@example.com
I am qualified, genuine, positive and would describe myself as reliable, calm, kind, caring, responsible, capable, friendly enthusiastic and a good listener. I possess these values to ensure that all my clients are always treated with dignity and respect and understand the importance of promoting clients independent and safeguarding their welfare. I have worked in the hospital as a trained nurse in medical, surgical and emergency departments. Passionate about the nursing and care environment and have experience of 20 years. I can help service users to remain in their own homes by providing the support and care needed to enable them to achieve maximum independence.
I deliver personal-centred support and encourage community links and relationship
Climbaz Enteprise is the registered name for a care and support service provider run by George Mutema. George is an experienced individual who helps in providing support, care and help to those in need. George has vast experience working in Health and Social care sector for about 18 years and has worked in a number of settings within this sector such as hospitals, registered care homes, residential care homes, day service, supported living, medium and high secure mental health and domiciliary settings. George has worked with individuals with various needs covering a wide spectrum such as mental health, health, physical, mental health, learning disabilities, autism, recreational, therapeutic needs, etc. George has worked in these settings at various levels starting as a support worker/carer up to the level of being a registered manager in a registered care
George is an individual who is professional in his conduct, reliable, trustworthy, honest, dependable and respectful in his ways as well as being a good and effective communicator. George is caring, patient, empathetic, and compassionate and the vast experience of working with people with varied needs has enhanced his understanding of people’s needs. George is a flexible and easily adjustable individual who is reliable and can be available at short notice where needed. George has background in policing and this enhances his attention to detail attitude and personality and he ensures tasks are performed to the end.
George is a results focused individual who strives to make a difference in other people’s lives by providing support, care and help which is appropriate and relevant to the needs of an individual.
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.
My name is Samantha.
I am an experienced and insured personal assistant here to provide you with the help and support you or a family member may need.
I am reliable, caring, flexible and adaptable, working with you and your family to understand what help/support you need.
I offer a range of services and cover many areas around Bracknell and Wokingham; available 7 days a week round the clock care.
Contact me if you are looking for help, maybe you just want a friendly face for a chat and a cup of tea as this is just as important to me.
My name is Sarah and I’m 34 years old and I’ve been working in the care sector for over 10 years. I have experience in dementia, alzheimer’s, parkinson’s, strokes, end of life, depression, schizophrenia, bi polar, personality disorders and anxiety.
I would say that I have a good sense of humour, I’m honest and reliable, calm natured especially in stressful situations.
My background is nursing and residential homes as well as community based.
I use an holistic approach with all my clients by getting to understand them and their querky ways, as we all have them. I’m laid back and try to encourage clients to do things they may have lost confidence in doing
Hi, my name is Gabriela
I am 34 years old and I have been working in care for a Care Company for over 5 years. It’s a job I love. I’m a ‘sunny’ happy person with a good sense of humour.
I like to think that I’m easy to talk to, I consider my self to be a friendly, happy, patient, energetic, caring, trustworthy person.
I have cared for people with a range of conditions and disabilities as well as people who are elderly; Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone disease, Cerebral Palsy, Visual and Hearing Impairment, Dementia, Stoke victims, Amputees, Learning Disabilities,
Hi, I’m Becky and I have been a carer for over 16 years. I first started working for Bracknell Forest Council Social Services and when the council outsourced their caring services I joined the private care provider “Bright Yellow”. I remained with the company through their many name changes before I tried my hand at residential care for 2 years before returning to community care.
I am married to Andy and have a grown up family all having flown the nest although one of my daughters has returned to live with us. I am animal mad having had lots of different animals such as Rabbits; Guinea Pigs; Chinchilla’s; cats and dogs, of which I still have 3 living with us.
I enjoy being out and about in the community assisting and meeting others. I’m a good listener and can talk for England on occasions. I have a fully insured car and have, in the past as part of my work, transported clients to visit family and friends in care homes and other places.
I have 2 grown up children & a granddaughter.
I have cared for adults with learning disabilities & for adults in a psychiatric rehabilitation centre in South Africa. I cared for my husband who lived with vascular dementia, COPD & osteoarthritis. After he passed away I began caring for older adults in my local community – something I really love doing.
I like to think that I am gentle, kind & calm & can react to any situation that arises with confidence. Most importantly I try to brighten the day – bring happiness & wellbeing to the person I care for.
Patient, positive, empathetic, caring, friendly, looking to make a difference and improve your day-to-day quality of life.
I’m happy to provide you with a variety of services including (but not limited to): companionship, meal preparation, personal shopping, medication collection and organisation, days out and luxury travel (in a BMW 5 series which is safe, comfortable and spacious). Also available for odd jobs, gardening, flat pack assembly and painting & decorating.
Having worked in the corporate world for 20 years and completed a BA Hons degree in Business Administration; I can also help you with filling in paper work, reviewing utilities & insurance policies and applying for Adult Social Care financial assistance (which can cover the majority of costs of hiring me as a Personal Assistant).
I’m based in Windsor, happy to travel further afield to accommodate clients that I can really help. Feel free to get in touch today to have a chat and discuss your requirements.
My name is Maryclare Muramara. I have an NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care qualification awarded through City and Guilds. I am now taking Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management of Domiciliary Care Services. I have been working in the Health Care industry since 2003.
I have worked in various care settings including Nursing Homes, Domiciliary Care in the Community, Extra Care, Supported Living, Live in etc. I have supported Clients with Learning Difficulties, Challenging Behaviour, Autism, Physical Disability, Mental health problems, Substance abuse, Homelessness, Mother and Child, etc. I have a Passion in the Health Care industry and I will always go an extra mile to make sure my client gets only the best.
I do my work honestly and believe in good clear communication with my clients. I am empathetic and considerate. The most important person in my work is the person I support and that is what guides my day to day engagements..
I have worked in care for over 3 years helping adults with learning disabilities, working with people with many different mental and physical needs and have also spent the past 7 years helping to care for my mum who has dementia and heart failure.
I’m a very happy, caring and trustworthy person and love meeting new people and helping others, I love a good chat (who doesn’t) and I enjoy hearing people’s stories. I love animals and have 2 dogs and 2 cats (would have a lot more but my husband won’t let me). I’m a real people person and get great satisfaction out of helping to make others lives that little bit easier.
When I’m not working, I love walking my dogs, making crafts and spending time in the garden, I like going on days out and love to travel when I can.
Although I don’t drive myself, I’m happy to use pubic transport, bike or to walk to get to where I need to be and more than happy to support clients to use there own transport to run errands and do any hobbies or activities they wish to take part in.
Hello my name is Helen. I have worked in care for over 10 years and worked at many levels from carer to manager. I have done lots of training over the years and love being able to get to know the people I am looking after.
Whether you need help with personal care, shopping cleaning or going out for coffee I can help you. I know how important it is to get along with the person looking after you and I’m sure we can find a subject to talk about.
I love my job and supporting others, I am very reliable and punctual and always arrive with a smile on my face.
I have 14 years’ experience as a carer/ support worker. I recently moved to Bracknell from Maidenhead where I lived for 16 years. I started caring for one of the elderly members of the Salvation Army in Maidenhead in 2006, I enjoyed it and realised my passion for supporting others. I subsequently enrolled for various carer and support courses and have gained a lot of experience since then. In my spare time I like reading, watching movies and spending time with my family.
Hi, my name is Clare. I am 55 years old and have been working in care for over 25 years. I am reliable, caring, companionate, honest and friendly. Over the years I have cared for a range of people with complex care needs, such as Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Autism, Down Syndrome and many others.
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.