Live in care work description
The job description of a carer is vast and varies from client to client. The main things you have to keep in mind, is being professional all the time, being patient and a good listener. Then if you are willing to learn - and have a positive attitude - and an interest to improve someone’s life, it will all come together like a jigsaw puzzle. Most of the training and things you will need to learn are based on common sense!
How do you get to go to concerts, theatre, cinema, parties, clubs, and more for free?
The great thing about the UK is that disability is treated with great respect and dignity from authorities, society and businesses in general. All of these will have a free pass for carers so as to encourage disabled people use their services. So all you need is to find a client that likes these things and apart from being free, you will get paid for that time too!
How do you get the highest paying clients?
Most caring positions that offer more pay are with more demanding positions, normally clients with severe disabilities. For this reason, the agencies will place a carer with some experience, however this experience can mean even just 3 months, or any other experience you had outside the United Kingdom. Best is to speak with the person responsible at your agency for matching you with clients at your agency and ask for that bigger challenge!