A residential care home provides round-the-clock support and care for vulnerable people. Patients in a residential care home often need support with daily tasks, such as eating, dressing, washing, and more.
In a residential setting, patients often live in single rooms and can socialise with other patients. The aim of a residential care home is to provide support to patients who cannot live independently but do not need nursing care. Residential care homes allow the elderly to still live independent and meaningful lives, with access to care and support when they need it.
Residents can stay for respite, emergency care, and long-term or short-term care. They may even stay to receive palliative care, depending on the services offered by the care home.
Job roles in a care home are varied and may include:
Working in residential care offers an invaluable career pathway into the care industry. It’s a great way to earn a meaningful living and kickstart your career. The benefits of working in a residential care home include:
New to care work or looking to explore different avenues? Becoming a residential care worker may be one of the best decisions you’ll ever make. From purposeful work to opportunities for progression, the benefits are endless.
Most residential care home roles require no previous experience. However, desired qualifications may vary by care home. If you have no prior experience, the right residential care home will offer extensive training and resources to help you reach your full potential.
Take a look at our current available vacancies in the sector below!
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