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If you’re considering a career as a Domiciliary Care Worker, it is important you are familiar with Domiciliary Care Workers rights and responsibilities. In this blog post, we will delve into the role of Domiciliary Care and shed light on the rights that come with this role for yourself, the service user, and your employer.

Your responsibilities as a Domiciliary Care Worker:

Domiciliary Care, also known as home care, involves providing essential support and assistance to individuals who need help to live independently in their own homes.

You will play a pivotal role in enhancing your client’s quality of life and making a positive impact. Your responsibilities may include assisting with personal care, medication management, meal preparation, and providing companionship.

Learn more about the role of Domiciliary Care here.

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The Code of Conduct:

To ensure the highest standards of care, all healthcare workers adhere to a strict code of conduct. The code sets the standard for what service users and employers can expect from healthcare support workers. It’s a framework for good practice, ensuring that you perform your tasks as agreed upon, always strive for best practice, and, most importantly, maintain the highest standard of conduct.

Read more about the Code of Conduct here.

Domiciliary Care Workers Rights:

  1. Employment Rights: Like any other profession, Domiciliary Care Workers have employment rights. This includes the right to a written contract, the national minimum wage, rest breaks and protection against unfair dismissal. Prospero Health and Social Care are committed to ensuring that your employment rights are upheld throughout your career.
  2. Legal rights at work: Domiciliary Care Workers have legal rights that safeguard their well-being. This includes a safe working environment and protection against discrimination. Prospero Health and Social Care advocate for a supportive workplace culture.
  3. UK specifics: As a Domiciliary Care Worker in the UK, you are covered by specific legislation that outlines your rights and protections. Our team is well-versed in these regulations and are dedicated to keeping you informed and supported throughout your career journey.

Why is this important?

When you are aware of your rights and responsibilities, you can approach your role with confidence and professionalism. This knowledge forms the foundation of a healthy and respectful working relationship between you, your employer, and the individuals you care for.

Prospero Health & Social Care

Ready to embark on a fulfilling career as a Domiciliary Care Worker? Prospero Health and Social Care is here to guide you every step of the way. If you have questions, need more information, or are ready to register, get in touch with us today.

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