Tag: Support workers

Self-care for carers

By Annie McIntyre on 23/01/19
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Working in the care profession is extremely rewarding, in what other career can you make such a positive difference on another person’s life? However, caring for yourself is also incredibly important and often forgotten. With that in mind, we have prepared our top self-care tips, designed to help keep you at your best.

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Progressing my career as a support worker

By Katy Nelligan on 09/07/18
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Darren applied to join the team at Pulse Community Healthcare in April this year after hearing about the progression opportunities available to our support workers. We caught up with him to find out how the registration process was for him, how he is settling in to his new role as a support worker.

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A Change in Direction – My Career in Care

By Emma Brennand on 01/05/18
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At Pulse Community Healthcare, our support workers often talk about the fulfilment and personal reward they find comes with their work. We caught up with support worker Steven to find out more about the switch from his previous role as a salesman to a career in care.

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A Strong Pulse

By Emma Brennand on 13/03/17
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Over the last few weeks we have received some wonderful feedback for our branches. This feedback is not only lovely to read but is a testament to the hard, but thoroughly rewarding work that our support workers and nurses do every day, so we wanted to share some of it with you.

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Why i became a support worker?

By Emma Brennand on 21/02/17
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Support workers and carers play a vital role to the healthcare system as they are tasked with helping others and providing vital support to an individual’s life. To succeed you not only need core skills but also patience, compassion and understanding.

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