Proud To Care
Raising awareness of the contribution that homecarers make to residents’ lives each and every day
Could you make a difference to someone’s life?
Find out more about professional home care job opportunities in the Bournemouth area at the Proud to Care Recruitment Event in The Square, Bournemouth Town Centre on Friday 26th May 2017 from 9am to 4pm.
As part of the Council’s Proud to Care campaign to celebrate the contribution that home care workers make to vulnerable adults, a special Recruitment Fair is being held in Bournemouth Square on Friday 26 May 2017 (9am – 4pm).
Representatives and professional care workers from a number of local home care organisations will be on hand to provide information and advice to people who may be considering a career in professional home care, whether part-time or full time, your questions will be answered. Organisations at the Event include;
- Allied Healthcare
- Apex Prime Care
- Essential Nursing and Care
- Nu Staff
- Tender Care Services
If you are thinking of working in the home care sector but aren’t sure if it’s for you then please pop along for an informal chat.
Thousands of local people currently work as professional homecare workers in the area, providing a vital service which enables local residents to live independently in their own home with the kindness and support of a dedicated homecarer.
The work of homecarers cannot be undervalued and that is why we've launched a campaign called Proud to Care to tell people about the the contribution that homecarers make to residents’ lives each and every day.
What’s it like to be a homecarer?
Read about a day in the life of someone who is Proud to Care