At Radfield Home Care, our mission is to help the nation age well by remaining connected to the things that matter the most to them. We take the approach that growing older should not create a barrier between people and them leading a fulfilling life with meaning.
Maintaining a good quality of living is a vital part of palliative care which is why we provide in-depth dedicated training for our Care Professionals. This allows us to deliver quality palliative care for our clients in their own homes.
When palliative care is required, there can be many changes in a person’s life. This is why we create bespoke care plans with regular visits. We train our care assistants to approach each of these visits with the necessary level of understanding and respect and fully explain the care requirements of the individual client.
To begin a career in care you do not need any formal qualifications. We provide on-the-job training from the start that covers such subjects as first aid, food hygiene, health and safety, and how to help people with mobility issues. There may also be an opportunity to work towards further qualifications such as a Level 2 or 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care. There have been many instances of people starting their career with us and progressing to higher level qualifications, such as a foundation degree or Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Health and Social Care.
If you enjoy helping people and want to make a difference to their lives, then a career in care with Radfield could be just what you’re looking for.