Being a good carer can make all the difference to someone’s quality of life.
Social care includes working with both young and old people, and those with mental or physical disabilities.
Indeed, your personal and professional skills and strengths will undoubtedly decide which demographic you would like to work with, as carers can provide support throughout the journey. The likelihood is that if you are an excellent communicator, patient, a problem-solver, and physically fit you would be well suited.
As a start, you may want to try voluntary work in the community just to see what it may be like.
At Premier Care, our teams of carers are all qualified to a minimum level and we would combine training with off-site and on-the-job experience.