Reliance care spins off its domiciliary care arm

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

Reliance Care has refocused its domiciliary care arm as a separate division, as part of a drive to recruit new domiciliary care workers and support this growing sector. Speaking about this decision, managing director Jayne Hanson said: “Having worked with the care industry for over 30 years we understand the unique requirements to successfully place domiciliary care staff. “This expertise provides us with the knowledge and ability to source prospective candidates and encourage them to work within this vital industry, helping to alleviate some of the pressures the care sector has in attracting people to the caring professions. “Having a specially focused division also enables us to support the Government’s agenda to have a specially qualified domiciliary workforce by 2008.” The new specialist operation will ensure that candidates are able to work safely in the environments they encounter and that service users receive a high standard of care. Established in 1967, Reliance Care has 18 branches nationwide. Each

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