Understanding the Care Certificate

The Care Certificate is the most important piece of certification for anyone wanting to work in the care sector. It can be difficult to understand exactly what it is and what it includes, so the purpose of this article is to enable the prospective carer to understand what they are required to study in order … Continue reading “Understanding the Care Certificate”

Diabetic Patient Care – A guide for carers with diabetes symptoms

Approximately 3 and a half million people are diagnosed with diabetes in the UK, with a further half million believed to be living undiagnosed. This equates to roughly 1 in 16 people, meaning it’s likely that, as a carer, you will come across people living with the condition; as such, it is important to know … Continue reading “Diabetic Patient Care – A guide for carers with diabetes symptoms”

Care Homes News Digest | Care home news Feb 2018

As we move into the last month of the first quarter of 2018, a week that has had unprecedented bad weather in the UK, it is time once again to look at articles from around the care sector with a focus on the NHS.  We also look at specific topics relating to health, highlighted by … Continue reading “Care Homes News Digest | Care home news Feb 2018”

Care Home News Digest – December 2017

Care homes are particularly busy around the Christmas and New Year Period. Online Care Courses reports on the most relevant care home news over the festive period with links to the sites listing their articles found in the public domain. This months news bites cover an interview with an activities co-ordinator in Weymouth, Reindeer visits … Continue reading “Care Home News Digest – December 2017”

Disability Carers | Key skills for working with those with disabilities

Overview for disability carers It’s normal to feel somewhat dubious conversing with or connecting with somebody who has a physical, tangible, or scholarly incapacity. Associating with individuals with disabilities ought to be the same as some other socialisation. Be that as it may, in case you’re not acquainted with a given handicap, you may fear … Continue reading “Disability Carers | Key skills for working with those with disabilities”