Care assistants

Care assistants provide help and assistance to people needing care and support the work of registered healthcare professionals and doctors. Responsibilities include basic care and mobilisation techniques, personal hygiene and diet, patient monitoring (e.g. recording and monitoring basic medical data) and preventive care measures.

Care assistants work in a wide variety of settings, such as home care, long-term care facilities, hospitals, day centres or senior group homes.

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