What do care workers do? Care Workers help people in their own homes or in day centres, residential or nursing homes. It’s a really varied job, as everyone’s needs are different. The main role of a care worker is to support someone with their specific needs and help them with their daily tasks. Your day-to-day
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Why choose a care career?
Staffordshire carers reveal why they work in care.
I believe getting into care was my calling. You bond with the people you work with and feel like you’ve made a difference.Emma Hulme, City and County Healthcare Group, Cannock
My mum had a brain tumour. Seeing how people were with her made me want to work in care and give something back.Ian Procter, Mears Care, Cheadle
I’ve built a career in care over 23 years. I make them happy and they make me happy.Diane Titley, Radis Community Care, Chesterton
I love working with people and it’s flexible enough to fit around caring for my three year old.Francesca Bullock, Radis Community Care, Burton
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Working in care is about giving someone personal and practical support to live their lives. There are lots of different roles in social care depending on what you want to do, who you want to work with and where you’d like to work.In Staffordshire, we really need more care workers to support people to live
In Staffordshire, we need more carers to help people to live well in the homes they love or to help people return home after a visit to hospital. Care Workers are special. Yes, Care Workers give practical support to help people live well, but the impact they have on the lives of the people they