Be Caring – Care services in Manchester
Be Caring delivers over 3,200 hours of home care services in Manchester every week. A dedicated team of more than 150 home care assistants cover the area on foot, by car and even bicycles! Looking for care jobs in Manchester or Wythenshawe? We’re recruiting!View Care Jobs in Manchester
Be Caring strives to offer bespoke and person-centred care. If you’re looking for care jobs in Manchester or Wythenshawe our values are paramount. Above all we put service-users’ needs first by making personal preferences and family concerns our priority. So, it’s our commitment to meet the needs of those who we support. We do this by aspiring to provide the highest standard of care services in Manchester.
We’re employee-owned and a social enterprise meaning we always put people first. Most importantly, this means that profits don’t come first. Rather than satisfying external share-holders, Be Caring invests internally. So, our employee owners have a say in how the business is run. Therefore, our focus is on developing skills and creating opportunities for colleagues to succeed. This way, our communities directly benefit from our hard work.
Where we provide care and support
The Manchester office in Wythenshaw is a food bank drop-off point. This means that workers and office staff donate regularly. Often this is then passed to one or more of the people we support. As a consequence customers experiencing financial difficulty have access to food.
Be Caring works closely with the local authorities, Continuing Healthcare and family members. Together we co-create care plans to provide each customer with a support packaged that’s tailored to their needs.
We’re a lively team who all contribute to service delivery. We are proud of the care being delivered and are dedicated to making a difference and going above and beyond.
Karen Murray, Registered Manager (Manchester) – Be Caring Ltd.
We’re always searching for people who share our values. We have opportunities for genuine caring people who take pride in assisting others. Our aim for colleagues to be community-warriors and smile-givers.
Home care provision
Moving and positioning, includes use of equipment
Assistance with preparation of meals/drinks
Sitting service to provide family respite and overnight support
Enabling people to access the local community
Assistance with domestic tasks including laundry, cleaning and shopping
Personal care, including providing intimate care with dignity
Reablement Service explained
In addition to our home care service we also offer a reablement support. It’s designed to promote people’s independence and help them to gain confidence within their own home following a hospital discharge.
Training and support for our colleagues
Mapped career progression and formal qualifications available
5 day induction
At least 16 hours shadowing a qualified, experienced care worker
Regular update training
Constant access to support whilst at work, with access to an out-of-hours line for any concerns they may have
Access to apprenticeship/diploma qualifications
Additional training in relation to their role