A dedicated team with big hearts
At Home Care Preferred we pay enormous importance to the quality of the people we recruit.
Our attention focuses on bringing together the best possible team, people who share our passion for care and who regard their time at work as a vocation not just a job. We provide excellent, on-going training for all our team members. Training includes first aid, manual handling, personal care, food safety and hygiene, customer care, health & safety, as well as more specialised training that will assist our team with care and support for people with conditions such as dementia and learning disabilities.
The result of our vigorous recruitment and support is that we have some of the best support assistants to be found.
Home Care Preferred support assistants make a real difference to our clients’ lives. They understand our ethos of care and desire for excellence and they make this show in their day to day support of those they help. We believe we have created a culture that sets us ahead from many of our competitors.
All of our team are employed directly by Home Care Preferred. We take great effort to match the right support assistant with each client. We look at the individual requirements of each person and match them to a team member who has the appropriate skills and the most suitable personality.
All our team are carefully vetted and subject to UK Enhanced DBS (Disclosure Barring Service) checks. This is a government database holding details of anyone with a criminal record. We also obtain at least two references before anyone starts working for Home Care Preferred.
The team at Home Care Preferred is one of great diversity and we welcome people of all ages, religions and ethnic groups to our company.
We carefully select our team based purely upon their suitability for the post. The wishes and needs of our clients are of paramount importance to us and we recruit people who have the dedication and ability to provide the best level of service to those we serve.
Home Care Preferred promotes anti-discriminatory practice throughout the recruitment process and at all times throughout employment.