3 Signs It’s Time To Change Careers
Here at Royal College of Healthcare we get the privilege of seeing hundreds of people reinvent themselves every year. No matter your age or current occupation, you can pursue a career in aged care and disability care as long as you’re willing to believe in yourself and put in the effort. Changing careers isn’t always […]Read More
Four things I’ve learnt in my aged care career
Working in aged care comes with many challenges, and many rewards. Here are just a few of the things you’ll discover once you’ve finished your studies and are in the job. You’ll be surprised just what you will learn… 1. We all have a story to tell As you get to know your clients […]Read More
Do you dream of having a work-life balance?
What would you say if we told you that you can achieve the mythical ‘Work-Life Balance’ everyone dreams about? We all want a job we can be passionate about and enjoying going to, but it’s important that we have the time to enjoy our personal lives too. Personal lives come in all shapes and sizes, […]Read More
Why it’s so rewarding working with aged people
You often hear how ‘rewarding’ it is to work in aged care, but what it is about being an aged care worker that is so rewarding? Let’s find out. Aged Care Workers Make Every Day Happier Aged care workers improve the quality of life for clients by helping them with practical things around the […]Read More
Communication with families – Top 3 Tips
When it comes to communication with families in aged care, open and positive communication between aged care workers and those closest to the individuals in their care can make the big difference when it comes to offering the best support. Communication is so important to gain a good understanding of the older individual/s in your […]Read More
Unsure about your career path? We can help
Deciding on what career path is right for you can be overwhelming and difficult, especially when it involves committing to years of studying at university and racking up a mound of financial expenses. One in five uni students dropping out According to the Department of Education figures, up to one in five university students […]Read More
What you might not expect when working in aged care.
Working in aged care, is it expected that you will work with the elderly. What you may have been less prepared for it that there are younger individuals requiring care too, sometimes in the same facilities, due to living with a disability. Young Australians in aged cared facilities A Senate inquiry in 2015 found […]Read More
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