Archive for author: Helen

How to Care for your Carers

Carers prioritise the wellbeing, both mental and physical, of the people they care for. Often before thinking about their own wellbeing.  But who takes care of the carers? Here are some of our to...

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The role of a Care Coordinator

The role of a care coordinator may be the perfect role for you if you are organised, good at building relationships, caring and compassionate and have strong communication skills. While in the role of...

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Social Value

At HSG we acknowledge problems and always seek to find solutions. So as part of our commitment in promoting social value and reducing our environmental footprint we recognise the problems and have ado...

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Awards

Human Support Group colleague achievements It has been a successful couple of months for some of our colleagues at HSG with Glen Mason being recognised at the Yorkshire and Humberside region, Great Br...

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United Kingdom Homecare Association (UKCHA) announces new chief executive

United Kingdom Homecare Association (UKCHA) announce new chief executive The United Kingdom Homecare Association (UKHCA) has announced that Roger Berry is to be their new chief executive. Credit: Rog...

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Recruitment and retention

Demand for care and support continues to grow, and Skills for Care estimates that around 390,000 people leave their jobs every year – that’s over 1,000 every day – and approximately 110,000 vaca...

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Paying for social care

If you or a family member require care and have to pay for it, then you are facing not only one of the most expensive purchases that most of us will ever make, but you will also be faced with making d...

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The role of a Community Carer

Our Community Carers provide care to older adults who require extra support in their own homes. But what sort of care is actually involved in this role? We want to help you understand exactly what a C...

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Department of Health and Social Care Recruitment campaign

Department of Health and Social Care Recruitment campaign We know that some of our best recruits are referred to us by our own people because we all know which of our friends and family have the right...

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Why don’t more men work in social care?

Social care has long been perceived as a non-traditional occupation for men, but the sector needs more men at the face of the social care system, improving male service user participation and recruitm...

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