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5 reasons why it’s awesome to be a Carer

Whether you are about to leave school or you are considering a career change, why not consider becoming a carer? Many people don’t understand the various roles available in the care sector and how incredibly rewarding a job in the care industry can be. It can help improve your personal and professional life in various ways. Plus, you gain a sense of job satisfaction and access to job benefits.  We see the incredible work our members achieve every day, so…

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Commonly asked Carer interview questions

A carer interview can be a nerve-racking experience for everyone. From arriving on time, looking presentable, to questions on preparation, there’s a lot to remember. If you plan to pursue a career in the care sector, you might be looking for some job interview tips? Within this blog post, you will find helpful information relating to commonly asked questions and valuable advice.  Prepare the job role ahead of time. Knowing the responsibilities and expectations are a must. Research the businesses…

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Stress Awareness Month: Tips For Carers

The month of April is dedicated to promoting stress. Unfortunately, a staggering amount of people endure high levels of stress on a regular basis. In the past year, it was reported by The Mental Health Foundation that 71% of people had felt so stressed that they were overwhelmed. It was also reported that: 51% of adults who feel stressed reported that they also felt depressed, and 61% said that they were anxious. 37% of adults who reported that they felt…

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How to Cope with the Pressure of Caring for a Loved One?

How to cope with the pressure of caring for a loved one? Caring for a friend or family member, someone you love dearly and would do anything for, who has a terminal or chronic condition, is a selfless, rewarding job, but it can also be incredibly stressful. It’s exhausting. It will put a strain on you and your relationships. It will change you, sometimes for the better, and sometimes for the worse. Never has there been such a dynamic job…

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