Since 2001, the number of unpaid carers in England has increased by 600,000. Investing in carers and recruiting the right people for the job is critical.Ageing can not be stopped, but giving people the best quality of care is a way of ensuring they can live out their elderly years in the best way possible.But what does it take to become a carer for the elderly? What should you do if you are interested in this role? 
Well, look no further because Allwell Care believes in the power of empathy and has put together a comprehensive guide on how to become a carer for the elderly. 
 
Did you know we are looking for part time and full time carers? Read more here. 
A bit of background about Allwell Care, our food bank, & Client of the Month  
Last month we had the pleasure of helping one of our client's celebrate their 100th Birthday. 
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