Personal Carers assist elderly, disabled and vulnerable people with basic home services like cooking, cleaning, grocery shopping, showering, dressing, and mobility. As a Personal Carer you might take your client to a doctor’s appointment or help them with medication.
Personal Carers grow close to their clients, giving them self-confidence and companionship. You’ll also be liaising closely with family members and sometimes community service officials.
There are 7 courses available for people who want to become a Personal Carer.