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Hi I’m Sarah
I have been working within Health and Social care for the last 15 years
I have worked in residential Care Homes within Dementia, Residential and Nursing environments.
Supporting individuals with various needs and challenging behaviours.
I really enjoy my work and making a difference to people’s lives.
I always work with respect and dignity towards everyone I have the pleasure of assisting.
I am a mum to two boys who are both in Secondary school (growing up too fast!)
I also have two dogs which I love to walk. I love to socialise too.
The years spent working within the care sector have meant I have learnt to become a good listener and support to not only the individual but their families too. Promoting well-being, independence and dignity is always at the forefront of my approach when assisting clients.

What people say about me!

What words best describe their personality? Honest, Friendly, Caring, Supportive, Team Player, upbeat and positive

Any other comments you wish to add with regards to the individual’s suitability for the role of a Personal Assistant in Health and Social Care.

Sarah has spent many years working in this field. She is kind and caring and understands the needs of people in her care well. I’m sure she would make an excellent Personal Assistant.

N Roberts, CPM UK - Reference

What words best describe their personality? Happy and focused

What is your assessment of:

Quality of work, Excellent

Quantity of work, Very good at prioritising workload

Application to the job, Sarah is an excellent carer

Honesty, Extremely honest

Relations with others, Sarah works well either solo or as a team member.

Attendance/Punctuality, I had not known Sarah have a day off sick and was always on time.

Work without supervision, Sarah could lead the team extremely well on the dementia wing she worked on.

Any other comments you wish to add with regards to the individual’s suitability for the role of a Personal Assistant in Health and Social Care.

It was a pleasure to have Sarah as part of my team I could be assured all residents and staff members were looked after so very well.

I would recommend her for this role.

J Davies, Fremantle Trust - Reference

Face to Face Training:

  • Basic life support
  • Move and assist safely
  • Medication awareness
  • Training completed before July 2019:

  • Introduction to the care certificate
  • Understanding your role
  • Personal Development
  • Duty of Care
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Working in a person-centered way
  • Communication
  • Mental Health Awareness
    • Adult Mental Health, Degenerative conditions support, Dementia Support, Older People, Parkinson’s disease, Short term Respite
    • Updated 5 months ago
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