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Good Care Month 2023: How Blossom is redefining the carer experience

Good Care Month – the annual event that celebrates the extraordinary contributions of carers in society – takes place throughout July.

The month is primarily designed to recognise carers’ dedication, compassion, and unwavering commitment to providing exceptional care to people in need, whatever their specific role entails.

But that’s not all. Good Care Month was also created to highlight the many positives that a career in care can bring to those who enter this immensely worthwhile profession.

With the care sector under the microscope like never before – particularly surrounding the surging demand for services – we feel it’s important to detail what Blossom Home Care is doing to redefine what it means to be a professional, high-quality carer in the modern day.

From our commitment to wellbeing through to professional and personal development, we are at the forefront of revolutionising the carer experience. And everything we do is geared around one overarching goal: creating an environment where carers can thrive and truly make a difference to clients in need.

These are just some of the ways of how we achieve it:

Comprehensive and bespoke nurse-led training

Recognising the importance of continuous learning and skill development, we offer exceptional bespoke nurse-led training to all carers. This specialised training equips carers with the necessary knowledge and expertise to provide tailored care that meets the unique needs of each client.

By investing in our carers’ professional growth, we ensure our teams remain competent and confident in delivering top-notch care.

Providing better pay than similar home care providers

We truly value the immense, life-affirming contributions carers make to our clients. It’s why our carers receive better pay than any other premium home care provider, ensuring their dedication and hard work are properly acknowledged and rewarded.

Enjoyable routines and work-life balance

Developing a positive work-life balance is of critical importance to carers’ wellbeing and job satisfaction. So we prioritise creating enjoyable routines that allow carers to have the space and time to breathe and enjoy their work.

By fostering a supportive and positive work environment, we ensure our carers can deliver care with maximum enthusiasm and compassion.

Minimum 50-minute care visits for genuine connections

Unlike many providers who offer rushed care visits, we set a minimum duration of 50 minutes – which are often much longer – allowing carers ample time to develop genuine bonds with clients. These longer visits enable carers to connect on a deeper level, truly understanding the client’s needs, preferences, and aspirations.

Put simply, better care is delivered when carers are able to create real connections with clients and their families.

Ongoing training and support for personal and professional growth

Learning and developing care skills is a continuous journey. Our ongoing care training and support ensures carers have access to the latest best practices and developments in the field of home care.

This commitment to professional growth enables carers to enhance their skills and expand their knowledge, ultimately improving the quality of care they are confident in providing.

Superb career progression opportunities

We want our carers to be as ambitious as they are compassionate, so we lay out exciting career progression opportunities from the moment they join. Carers have the ability to advance to managerial positions, and even have the possibility of opening their own Blossom Home Care franchise should they wish.

Nurturing talent and providing avenues for personal and professional growth allows carers to build a truly fulfilling and successful career in the home care industry. And nobody does it better than Blossom Home Care.

Ready to get started?

Do you believe you have the positive, can-do attitude that makes for a brilliant carer? Then we want to hear from you. Contact the Blossom Home Care recruitment team today and take your first step to redefining what it means to be a carer in your community:


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