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2 carers in South hornchurch, UK

All carers are ID and DBS checked as well as interviewed. Carers are insured except those marked as home assistants.

Edna B

Qualified carer

Caring for:

17 years

Hourly:

£15.00

Half hour:

£10.00

"I have seventeen years of experience working in the care setting. I have worked for the NHS in Homerton university hospital for thirteen years,and also for Bupa for two years,and HC One for one and a half year.I have strong commitment to providing quality care.I am keen of building up a strong bound between myself and my clients.I am a highly competent and enthusiastic carer with an outgoing personality,great communication skills and a passion caring for others.multi-skilled and self motivated with a dedication for providing personal and physical on a one to one basis.Having a proven ability to meet the personal care needs of service users in a way that respects the dignity of the individual and promotes their independence,with efficiency."

Helen M

Qualified carer

Caring for:

15 years

Hourly:

£20.00

Half hour:

N/A

"SUMMARY Qualified Health Care Assistant with over 15 years’ experience of working in the hospitals, prison, hospice and palliative care, mental health, Autism, learning disabilities, nursing homes and Home Care. Patient-focused and empathetic caregiver with extensive knowledge of geriatric needs. I am competent, honest and trustworthy. My values are based on supporting people, encourage independent and participation, enabling choice, and decision making, respecting confidentiality, maintaining dignity, and self-respect, using person cantered of approach when supporting service users. I understand the implication of using individual care plan and risk assessment."