Sweetpeas home carer
Can you manage at home but feel like you need an extra pair of hands?
I would like to introduce myself.
My name is Naomi and I have just moved to West Shrewsbury, having previously lived and worked in North Carlisle, Cumbria.
I have been a self-employed home carer for 4 years.
I have over 20 years’ experience working in care roles for both the Public and Private sector, I am qualified to NVQ level 3 health and social care and have up to date DBS enhanced checks in place.
I am fully insured and can provide excellent references, I am a non- smoker with a clean driving license. And very importantly fully vaccinated 👍😊
I can help you with your personal care, medication prompting, cooking meals, light gardening, shopping, social outings, companionship and running errands.
All my visits are minimum 1-hour slots. (no quick in and out calls)
Variable hours available Mon – Fri.
When a loved one needs care, many people struggle to decide which is the best route.
As a home carer, I can highlight the advantages of employing me as a private carer in your own home.
• Retaining independence
• Being in your own surroundings, with home comforts
• Maintain relationships with family and friends
If you feel you can benefit from my help, call me on 07751689492 or send me a email firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Updated: 6th August, 2021
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Nvq level 3 health and social care
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