Diabetes Reversal – Is It Possible to Reverse Diabetes?

Around the world, about 300 million people are suffering from diabetes, an ailment in which the blood glucose levels remain high. For a long period, diabetes was described as a condition and not a disease and therefore, incurable. It was believed that once you have it, all you can do is to manage and try to live with it for the rest of your life. But recently, studies conducted in various corners of the world points to the fact that diabetes reversal is possible and patients can lead a normal life without medicine and extensive diet control. Continue reading “Diabetes Reversal – Is It Possible to Reverse Diabetes?”

Care Home First Aid Courses

Life is unpredictable and emergencies can happen. Care homes are no different to other places of work and it is essential therefore to identify areas of risk and measures to counter them.  Sometimes, minor injuries can lead to major medical issues because proper care was not provided immediately. Therefore, first aid is a vital skill to learn when caring for others. Training can be a practical way of reducing risk with our care home first aid courses. Continue reading “Care Home First Aid Courses”

Carer job description – General Care workers and Care Assistants

If you’ve ever considered a career in care work, you’ll probably have read through a number of blogs, guides and fact sheets looking at background and career progression paths.  Whilst we’ve covered a number of these with information such as care worker skills, the role of health & social care workers and even qualifications for care home management you are probably keen to understand the general specifics relating to the job.  From pay to working hours, this post covers the a typical carer job description. Continue reading “Carer job description – General Care workers and Care Assistants”