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Are you looking for a career change, returning to work, or starting your working life?

Working in a caring role is about so much more than helping people with their daily routines. It’s about supporting and encouraging people to be as independent as possible and to get the most out of their home and community life.

You can make a real difference to the people you’ll support by being Proud to Care – through practical help, listening, empathising, communicating well and liaising with individuals and their families. You’ll also need common sense, resilience, patience and flexibility.

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Festival of Care 2021

South Gloucestershire, Bristol and North Somerset councils have partnered together to bring the Festival of Care, a virtual event, celebrating and highlight the opportunities the care sector has to offer to people of all ages. Featuring employer talks, career advise and care workers reasons for being proud to be in care.

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Proud to Care South Gloucestershire is being coordinated by South Gloucestershire Council and is part of the Proud to Care South West campaign.

Proud to Care aims to raise the profile of caring as a career and to help meet the need for health and social care support now and in the future, given the growing and ageing population across the region and nationally.

South Gloucestershire is a mix of long established urban communities, market towns, small villages and substantial new development, including the following places and surrounding areas:

Almondsbury, Bitton, Bradley Stoke, Cadbury Heath, Charfield, Chipping Sodbury, Coalpit Heath, Downend, Emersons Green, Filton, Frampton Cotterell, Frenchay, Hanham, Kingswood, Longwell Green, Lyde Green, Oldland Common, Patchway, Staple Hill, Stoke Gifford, Thornbury, Winterbourne and Yate.

If you’re looking for work in any area of Bristol, please visit Proud to Care Bristol for vacancies: www.proudtocarebristol.org.uk

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