Cath Appleby

Cath Appleby

Registered Manager

 

Hello, I'm Cath

As Registered Manager for our Cheshire office, I am responsible for all of our staff and clients in the region.

At Premier Care we are always on the lookout for people just like you who like to make a difference in someone's life. Maybe you've been a family carer, maybe you just have a special way of taking care of others - Why not use your talent to help people to stay independent and live the lifestyle they would like.

As one of the largest independent providers of care in the community in the North West, We will offer you:

  • Excellent rates of pay
  • Full induction programme & ongoing training
  • Paid annual leave
  • Flexible hours to suit your availability
  • Friendly working environment

If you are interested in becoming a carer or would like more information, please contact us using the details at the bottom of this page.

The best place for a person with severe memory loss is in familiar surroundings - their home.

It has been proved that by stimulating a person's memory with activities and familiar things, that the deterioration in their condition can be slowed dramatically.

At Premier Care, we provide good information, advice and support for those clients and families experiencing the effects of dementia to try and keep them in their own home as long as reasonably possible.

We have access to a wide network of local and national agencies providing support for people with varying types and degrees of dementia.

Our experts can handle the sensitive journey of dementia with you and your loved ones from the early days, and support you throughout.

There are more than 850,000 people with dementia currently, a figure expected to rise to more one million people  in the UK by 2025. 

Two thirds of people with dementia live in the community while one third live in a care home.

 

 

 

We believe that people are at the centre of everything we do, our own people as well as those we care for. That's why we have made working for Premier Care a special experience, with opportunities at every step of the way.

As soon as members of our team join us, we provide training as well as on-the-job experience to make sure they are prepared and qualified to undertake their role.

We look after our people, and we set an example in our communities of respect and trust. These are the cornerstones of our service.

If you are interested in joining us, please contact us, we have vacancies at our offices of all types at various times of the year.

Please don't hesitate - we have a flexible working package which can suit full-time, part-time or weekend or shift work.

We offer an excellent training programme which means you can develop the skills and accreditations you need to advance your career.  And because we are expanding so rapidly, we regularly have new managerial openings - which means plenty of opportunities for the talented and ambitious.

If you know what makes people tick and have lots of common sense, a reliable attitude and resilient nature, we'll happily fill in any gaps in your skill-set with great training, on-the-job mentoring and a structured personal development plan that will help you reach your potential.

Description of non medical services carers can provide to help people to get on with their lives.

If you want a career where you can progress, feel secure, and get an enormous sense of personal achievement from knowing you are helping other people, then caring for others may be for you.

A diverse range of opportunities exist, whether you are looking for a career change, thinking of returning to the social care sector or starting your working life from school or college.

We offer roles in full-time, part-time and weekend or occasional work patterns to suit modern lifestyles.

With a growing demand for high quality care, plenty of opportunities for progression and a job in which 96 per cent of workers say they feel their work makes a difference,  social care has lots to offer. 

Want to make a difference? Make the first step and contact us.

Have you ever helped someone in a time of need? You may have stepped in to understand a relative or friend's physical or mental problem and helped them through their difficulties.

You may already be looking after a relative on a regular basis and enjoy it. If so, you are probably suitable for a role in care because this is what it is all about. People.

At Premier Care, the core value of all of our carers is to put the person first and foremost.

No two people are alike, and we take it as a privilege to look after a loved one when they are vulnerable and need support.

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.

 

 

 



 

...Over the last 3 years our carer has supported us both on this journey. her dedication, her person centred approach and the fact that everyday she went the extra mile without question has given my Mum an extra 3 years in her home that without her I truly believe we would not have achieved alone.

P.H.- Runcorn

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We are looking for caring individuals to join our flexible team who are committed to making a real difference to people’s lives in their own homes.

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