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“I love making a difference in someone’s life”
For some, the thought of starting a new career later in life might seem scary, but for Karen Scheffer the decision was life changing in the best possible way.
What an adventure it's been!
Sheila Trudgian has been a carer with Consultus since 2008. Here, she explains what drew her to a career in live-in care and why she’s still enjoying it over 10 years later.
Statement from our Head of Recruitment, Sara Taylor
Professional Development is our Priority. Recruiting and selecting the right people is of paramount importance to the continued success of Consultus. We need to ensure the best people are recruited on merit, aptitude and experience.
Consultus Training team WIN at the Home Care Awards 2019!
On Friday 24th May, the Consultus Training team attended the first Home Care Awards 2019, which took place at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington. Our dedicated team, made up of seven trainers and two administrators attended the lunchtime awards, and were thrilled to be crowned winners of the Training Expertise category.
Statement from Consultus CEO, Peter Seldon
A personal statement from Consultus Care & Nursing CEO Peter Seldon covering our range of live-in services: introductory care, fully-managed care and nursing.
No place like home
For a person living with dementia, familiarity is incredibly important. Remaining in their own home, surrounded by that which is most familiar and comforting, can be incredibly helpful in supporting the person to live as well as possible.
Consultus Training team named a finalist in Home Care Awards
The Consultus Training team are delighted to have been shortlisted as finalists in the first ever Home Care Awards (HCA).
Five things to consider when choosing a live-in nursing provider
Choosing a live-in nursing provider for your loved one is a massive responsibility. To help you narrow down your options, we've created a checklist of things to ask prospective agencies.
“My family member has been diagnosed with a type of dementia – How can I help?”
Receiving a diagnosis of dementia is a life-changing moment for a person and their family and friends. It can lead to a variety of emotions being expressed, from sadness to anger, relief to worry, and feelings of fear or a sense of loss are also common.