Fresh Ideas for Modern Caring
How are we different? To show empathy is to identify with another's feelings. It is to emotionally put yourself in the place of another.Through advanced interviewing techniques and good old-fashioned listening we seek to place the right care worker with the right care client - providing care with empathy.
Every client is different presenting differing needs and hopes for their care. We go the extra mile to find the carer most likely to feel empathy for their chosen client. That's why we excel in our field - always the most appropriate matching of the personalities of each pairing.
Time and again we hear about care contracts lasting only a few weeks before a client becomes unhappy with their care and wants someone new. Our passion is to ensure this never happens and that care contracts last and make both the client and carer happy.
Empathy Carers have developed a startlingly simple but new way at looking at the carer-client relationship and how to ensure the right person becomes that most important figure in a disabled or elderly persons life. We listen.
We need to know what makes a carer tick and what kind of person our client would feel comfortable around. No two care clients are the same and it follows their care needs are different also.
Our job is to match carer and client to maximise the potential for harmony and to maximise client comfort and stability of carer contract. It is never in either parties interest to have carers on short term contracts as this is one of the most upsetting aspects of needing care.
We are recruiting now for carers throughout the UK.
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At the opposing ends of the care spectrum the need for proper profiling of carer and client becomes obvious.
Client A is an elderly woman suffering from dementia but still alert, poor eyesight but still aware of life going on around her. Needs are obvious on the practical side, washing, feeding etc.
The emotional needs of the client need addressing also and she particularly likes to keep up to date with the news and appreciates intelligent conversation and being read to.
Client B is a young male disabled after an accident and in physical rehab to try and walk again. He enjoys pop music, likes to get out regularly to see friends.
In the same way these two people are unified by vulnerability and the need for care they are also complete opposites in every other regard.
Naturally it should also be the case that their carer needs to be tuned into what makes them happy and how to make their life as fulfilling as possible.
At the heart of who we are and what we do is a desire to give 100% client satisfaction. Call us now on and trust Empathy to find you a suitable and trustworthy carer.
Our carers represent our core values out where it matters most in the homes of our clients. Your happiness and job satisfaction is paramount in maintaining our relationship.
At times carers CV and image attachments can be a great hinderance in getting well paid contracts. We will view your CV and if necesssary update and improve.
We have been experts in obtaining and renewing visas for our international carers. We never take no for an answer as you have a right to come and work in the UK.