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Skilled care: Why looking after others requires a special touch

Skilled care is the norm for family care and professional care, but such responsibilities have too often been dismissed as 'low-skilled' work.

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16 August 2018
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Thoughtful ways to offer support for family carers

Providing support for family carers can be immensely important; it shows how much you value their efforts and allows them to have a well-deserved break every now and again. To mark Carers Week 2018 and honour the vital work that family carers perform up and down the country, we've prepared this short guide to the ways you can offer them both practical and emotional support.

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14 June 2018
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I'm a Carer, Not a Cleaner!

Where do we draw the line between doing our duties as a carer, and becoming a cleaner? Relief Carer, Leatitia explores this dilemma.

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25 April 2018
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Live In carer open days in Portugal!

Are you living in Portugal? Have experience working with the elderly? Interested in a flexible career working in the UK? Find out more about working for this award winning UK Company and Work as a Carer for the elderly in the UK (24 hour Live In care)

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04 April 2018
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Teamwork and working in a Double Up

Carer Blog Series by our own Relief Carer continues to explore more topics related to the personal experiences related of working as a Live-in Carer.

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22 March 2018
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Training at The Good Care Group

We believe that learning is a vital part of our professional carers journey within our organisation. We call it a journey because that is how we see our employees developing in four particular areas – Experience, Skills, Training and Qualifications.

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01 March 2018
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I Can't Get My Client To Do Anything

Carer Blog series continues as Laetitia talks through the experiences of helping someone through depression.

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16 February 2018
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Making New Year’s resolutions? Put support for family carers on your list

If you're looking to make a meaningful change in the coming year, think about offering a helping hand and increasing support for family carers.

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04 January 2018
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A Question Of Respect

She had never realised what a full-time physical and mental dedication our role was, her respect for us went from a normal level to ‘these women deserve a red carpet, each and every day’

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07 November 2017
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Contented care: What makes older people happy?

A look at what makes older people happy, how this differs from younger people and what you can do to help your loved one stay contented in care.

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19 October 2017
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When the Concern is for the Carer – by Dr Rudy Capildeo, FRCP, Consultant Neurologist

John is 83 years of age, round faced, tanned, cheerful, smiling a shock of white hair and a slight roll as he walks. A picture of health, strong legs and a good gait, he always comes into the clinic room first followed his wife.

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18 October 2017