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Understanding the importance of Care & Support Workers within the Healthcare Industry

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Understanding the importance of Care & Support Workers within the Healthcare Industry

​Care and support staff play a critical role in the healthcare system by providing essential assistance to individuals who require it. They are often the primary point of contact for patients and their families, and can provide emotional support as well as practical assistance.

 Care and support staff are professionals who provide assistance to individuals who require help with their daily living activities due to age, illness, disability, or other factors. They work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and in people's homes.

 In addition to their practical duties, care, and support staff also play an important role in providing emotional support and companionship to their clients. Many individuals who require assistance with daily living activities may feel isolated or lonely, and care and support staff can help to alleviate these feelings by providing socialization and companionship.

Care and support staff can include:

·         Certified nursing assistants (CNAs): These professionals provide basic care to patients, such as bathing, dressing, and grooming.

·         Home health aides: They provide assistance to people in their homes with daily living activities such as meal preparation, housekeeping, and personal care.

·         Personal care aides: These professionals assist individuals with personal care, such as bathing, dressing, and grooming.

·         Companions: They provide companionship and socialization for individuals who may be isolated or lonely.

·         Hospice workers: These professionals provide end-of-life care and support to individuals and their families.

·         Social workers: They provide emotional support and connect individuals and families to community resources and services.

·         Physical therapists: These professionals help individuals recover from injuries or illnesses by developing and implementing treatment plans to improve mobility and reduce pain

·         Occupational therapists: They help individuals regain independence in their daily activities by teaching skills and techniques to overcome physical or cognitive challenges.

We can provide all of the above staff on a temporary or permanent basis, so contact us today to find out more information.