The ENS Care and Support team are delighted to have been awarded a good following a recent CQC inspection
We are currently recruiting for new support workers, click HERE for jobs.
If you’re a Carer or Support Worker looking to work in the UK, ENS can help with visa sponsorship.
Our recent agency worker survey reveals that ENS is a great company to work for, Read more about the results ....
Starting a career in care was the best decision Rachel ever made. Her confidence and passion have grown since working in the sector, and she looks forward to every shift as no two days are ever the same.
With the sunshine out and COVID restrictions easing it’s important we enjoy the company of others responsibly this summer. Although meeting with people outdoors is the safest way to socialise, it’s important to be mindful of the scorching sun and record-breaking heat. Stay safe in the sun with these three tips.
“I realised the huge impact Covid would have as soon as we went into the first lockdown.”
Read Kirsty’s first-hand account of working on the front line during a pandemic to the moment of receiving the vaccine!
As we mark Employee Appreciation Day 2021 and as I reflect on the year that has passed, I am more grateful than ever for the care assistants and support workers that represent ENS.
When it becomes time to discuss care with your loved one, it’s important to be patient, mindful and sensitive with how you approach the subject. We know it can be a difficult conversation but when you or your family can no longer fulfil the needs of your loved one, it’s important they receive the support they need right away.
With only a couple of weeks until the holiday season, planning is important if you’re looking to welcome family members who have dementia this year. The festivities can be overwhelming at the best of times, so we’ve put together a selection of top tips to ensure guests with dementia can enjoy themselves just like everyone else.