A day in the life of a Cross Keys Care Worker
A typical care worker's day could start early in the morning helping people to get up, get washed and dressed, preparing breakfast, supervising medication and then tidying up before moving on. Support includes personal care.
Other daily care worker calls include:
- lunch calls – preparing lunch, making a drink and helping with toilet and personal care
- tea calls – mid/late afternoon and organising a light snack as well as toilet and personal care
- back to bed calls – getting clients ready for bed, helping them to wash and dress, providing personal care, making a drink and making sure the client is relaxed and comfortable.
A job in care at Cross Keys Homes
As a care worker, you'll either use a company car or your own car – for which mileage will be paid. We'll also make sure that sensible and realistic allowances are made for travel time between clients.
Other services provided could include day or night sits, where you'll give respite support for family carers.
Each client has their own personalised care plan so that we can be sure all their needs are being met.
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