Home Careand Live-InServices in Leatherhead and Ashtead
Our Area 2 team is led by Hilary Altaf and covers Leatherhead, Ashtead and all towns in the immediate surrounding area. We primarily specialise in home care services, providing assistance for both the elderly and for younger persons aged 12 and upwards with physical or learning disabilities. All of our care plans are tailored around the needs of the client and are designed to promote an independent, more fulfilling lifestyle.
A home care worker or a live-in care worker provides a flexible alternative to residential care and nursing homes. Classic Home Care Services Ltd have been providing help for service users in Leatherhead and Ashtead since 1999. We hire care workers from the local area, ensuring all team members are screened and DBS checked before we employ them.
Classic Home Care Services Ltd is an award-winning company accredited to Investors in People. We are also proud to be members of the UK Home Care Association and, more locally, the Surrey Care Association. Our company is 100% focused on the people who use our care services and those who deliver care on our behalf.
Care Workers Jobs Available in Leatherhead and Ashtead
If you can deliver the finest standards of care and live anywhere in immediate proximity to Leatherhead or Ashtead, why not consider joining our team of care workers? Jobs are currently available and we are able to combine flexible working hours with above-average pay rates and career progression opportunities.
Community care workers can receive full training from our company. Live-in care workers need to have experience and first-class credentials as these care jobs require a greater degree of focus and commitment. You must have a vehicle available, hold a valid driving license and be from the local Leatherhead or Ashtead areas for this position.
Our care workers provide the help needed to help clients retain an independent and dignified lifestyle. Duties of care jobs include help with washing and dressing, administering medicines and preparing meals in the home. Carer workers can also expect to assist in taking service users to professional and personal appointments.