Community Care Workers work at nursing homes, aged care facilities, rehabilitation units, adult care and group homes. They provide children and adults who cannot live independently with personal services.
As a Community Care Worker you could be doing anything from showering, dressing, and feeding your clients — to liaising with immediate family members and keeping them informed of progress and life events. Developing a close relationship with your clients (as well as their families) is key to your role.
There are 9 courses available for people who want to become a Community Care Worker.