Support Me at Home helps clients with a wide range of disabilities and illnesses, that make it hard for them to cope at home without assistance. Our goal is to give each person under our care just the right amount of support, so that they can continue to enjoy the independence and the dignity of living in their own home. Each client has a unique combination of requirements, and we constantly review our support to ensure that their needs are being meet. We supply a wide range of support services, including personal care, household assistance, help to get out of the house, help with medication and care of stoma, tracheostomies, and other medical procedures. The list of services is constantly growing, you can find out more on our homecare services page.
Being a carer can be challenging and rewarding, and you not only need skills & training but also patience, compassion and understanding. So if this sounds like something you would like to do then please get in touch. We have a great team of carers at Support Me at Home and we are always looking for support workers who are committed, passionate and focused on providing a high quality service to our clients.
Applicants must be 18+ and hold a full UK Driving License. All job applicants will need to provide documentation which demonstrates their eligibility to work in the UK, along with an enhanced DBS check.
Support Me at Home Ltd is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be a equal opportunities employer.
There are many benefits to working for Support Me at Home, apart from working with a great team of friendly professionals. We offer all our staff:
- Competitive Rates of Pay
- Ongoing Training
- Full & Part Time Roles with Hours to Suit
- Regular Clients to Enable you to build Therapeutic Relationships & provide Continuity of Care.
At Support me at Home, all our new carers and support workers are provided with a comprehensive accredited Induction program. This program is based on the new Care Certificate and lasts 12 weeks, consisting of a 4 day induction; workbook assignments; work based assessments and one to one mentoring.
The Care Certificate was developed as a result of Cavendish review, which took place in July 2013. The aim of this new program is to ensure that all new team members can demonstrate the right skills and knowledge to provide high quality compassionate care.
Our new team members then have the opportunity to enrol on other accredited training courses, as well as undertaking QCF diplomas in Health & Social Care. At Support me at Home, we aim to help new team members reach their full potential.