Geographically, Devon is the fourth largest county in England, covering 2,590 square miles, with a population of approximately 1.1 million spread across 2 major cities, large conurbations, rugged coastline, and beautiful moors.
With approximately 25% of the population aged 65 or over, compared to a 17% average for the whole UK, and the population is expected to increase by 10% over the next 25 years.
This makes delivering care in the home a logistical challenge and means that our team of 15 have travelled 59,846 miles since the beginning of the year, helping our people stay safe, healthy and happy at home.
How could you be helping?
Here are just a few things that our fantastic team does for us:
- Support with domestic tasks such as cleaning, laundry and ironing, as a regular arrangement or as a one-off session
- Assistance throughout the day, help to get up, wash, shower or bath, and meal preparations
- Support with medication
- Assistance with shopping trips
- Companionship, respite and holiday support, to ensure people can still go away and relax and enjoy themselves
- Assistance with accessing appointments and activities in the local community
- Support at night-time
- Support with returning home from hospital
- Complex care - assistance for people with complex health needs
It’s not just care in the home we deliver, as our learning disability service - commonly referred to as our Realise service - has achieved national recognition for their work with people that are part of the Transforming Care agenda. We have successfully enabled people to move out of hospital or unsuitable placements and live more independently, growing in confidence and self-esteem.
So, if you’re ready to join our team in Devon then let’s find the perfect role for you.
Job Roles in Devon
Home careHow could you be helping? Our fantastic team: Help with domestic tasks; provide daily assistance with helping to get up, get ready, and get fed; support with medication; assistance with shopping trips; provide companionship, respite and holiday support; assistance with accessing appointments and activities in the local community; support at night-time; and support when returning home from hospital.
Learning disabilitiesOur Realise service has achieved national recognition for their work with people that are part of the Transforming Care agenda. We have successfully enabled people to move out of hospital or unsuitable placements and live more independently, growing in confidence and self-esteem. We work closely with the individual, their families as well as professionals to learn more about the individual, their childhood, interests and preferences so that we support them in the best way possible.