What makes a good care assistant?

Working in care isn’t always the easiest job in the world, however it is extremely rewarding. You have the opportunity to meet people from all different backgrounds and cultures and you really can make a difference to someone’s life. In this article, we will investigate what makes a good carer.

If you're interested in becoming a Care Assistant either on a part-time or full-time basis, please send a CV to our recruiter at agency@ascotcare.co.uk.

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Launch of Our Extensive Training Program

August sees the exciting launch of our client training program. We’ll be introducing classroom training with experienced, highly qualified instructors as well as online training which is accessible 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

At Ascot Care we appreciate how busy life can be within a care home environment, we also know the difficulties that can come with ensuring staff are fully trained in all aspects of care. We support our own care staff in terms of training but we are now extending that support into the wider care community.

Our training is extremely affordable and encompasses things such as Safeguarding, COSHH, Fire Safety, Food Safety and First Aid. Let us take the stresses that come with training staff away by signing up to our program today.

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Dementia News

Dementia News

It’s estimated that one in fourteen people over the age of 65 have dementia. The word dementia is used to describe a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking as well as problem-solving or language. The illness is caused when the brain is damaged by diseases such as Alzheimer’s or a series of strokes. This month’s newsletters will focus on dementia and different aspects of the disease.

Supporting People with Dementia to Remain in the Workplace

The Equality Act (2010) requires all employers to avoid discrimination and to make reasonable adjustments in the workplace. These adjustments ensure people with dementia are not at any disadvantage at their place of work. With more than 42,000 people aged under 65 suffering from dementia, there are certainly many whom still continue to work following diagnosis. We offer support to clients with dementia however we equally support and advise our own staff through their journeys with any illnesses or disabilities.

Recruiting Staff for Clients with Dementia

At Ascot Care Agency we pride ourselves on employing high-quality and well-trained staff. We are currently recruiting staff in the North East. We are recruiting in Darlington, Harrogate, Leyburn and Northallerton as well as surrounding areas. We are looking for potential candidates who have experience working with people with dementia and similar diseases. Should you wish to apply please email agency@ascotcare.co.uk. We are looking for caring, reliable and understanding staff.

dementia friends

Congratulations Julie!

Congratulations to Julie, Care Manager, at Ascot Care Agency. Julie became a Dementia Friend Champion in June. We’ll shortly be hosting some Group Information Sessions on Dementia Friends. Please email agency@ascotcare.co.uk for more information on becoming a Dementia Friend.

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