Homecare in Leeds

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

An aging population and the trend for homecare provision has prompted health and social care recruitment consultancy, Beresford Blake Thomas (BBT) to introduce a dedicated domiciliary care recruitment division in Leeds to help meet growing staffing demands. BBT will recruit for a number of positions for this sector, particularly care assistants, senior care assistants, support workers, co-ordinators and team leaders. According to statistics from a recent Independent Care Group conference, the number of people eligible for care home places will grow by 10,000 a year for the next 15 years and much of this demand will need to be met by domiciliary care.

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