Our purpose is to do whatever it takes to support people to live well at home and be part of their community. We do this by delivering radically different care and support, but we are also committed to sharing the way we work openly – in a spirit of collaboration – so others can learn [...]
In recent weeks we've been really excited to see the commitments to change in social care that are emerging over Greater Manchester. Greater Manchester is the home of our first Wellbeing Teams – in Wigan – and we have others planned in Stockport and Trafford too. This is only possible because of the support [...]
For us, real wellbeing happens when we are: Ensuring that people are safe and well Supporting people to do more of what matters to them Helping people to stay connected to others and their community As we support ever more people to live well at home, we discover more people with shared interests. We think [...]
We recently received the results of our latest team satisfaction survey from people who work for us in Ashton, Wigan. We're so proud of the feedback that we'd like to share it far and wide! Read on for some of the quotes from people who have discovered a rewarding new career with us, where [...]
We’re just a few weeks into delivering care and support for people in Abingdon, Oxfordshire as part of our partnership with Oxfordshire County Council – and we’re already seeing how Wellbeing Teams can make a real difference to the lives of people we support, their families, and the people who work for us. These stories [...]
Compassion is one of our core values, and, as such, it’s central to everything we do. We look for people who demonstrate compassion in our recruitment workshop, and then we embed compassionate thinking and practice in our training and coaching; so we can build more compassion into the way we work in our communities. [...]
The latest update on Wellbeing Teams, in figures.
We’re committed to having diverse teams, and we’ve been thinking about what matters to different generations and how we can best support them. This is important for the sector as a whole, as most people working in care are from the 'Baby Boomer' generation; and it's crucial to attract new people from Generations Y and [...]
Helen talks about why the health and happiness of staff is critical for organisations looking to provide great care.
Does this sound familiar? Jean was recruiting for carers for a homecare team. She shortlisted five people and invited them to come for interview. Out of the five, only one person turned up. The person who did turn up said, “I don’t really want the job, but the job centre expects me to come for [...]