The impulse behind our work is our sense of our shared humanity. Concepts such as ‘professionalism’ are useful to underpin our humanity but are not a replacement for it.
Common decency means that we are compassionate when someone experiences misfortune, we congratulate people on their achievements, we forgive them their mistakes and treat others as we would wish to be treated.
We liberate our staff to put their caring nature, intelligence and common sense into their work so that care is delivered thoughtfully, sensibly and with a smile!
People who only see the ‘problem’ tend not to see ‘possibilities’. We, however, relish the fact that all people, providing or receiving care, have skills, strengths and personal qualities that can be acknowledged, developed and celebrated!
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Rachel Rogers a valley’s girl born and bred has always had a passion for working with vulnerable adults, especially adults with learning disabilities, where she’s spent a big part of her adult life so far.
Over 17 years of experience within the care sector, starting from hands-on carer right through to a registered manager.
Her passion is enabling people to be as independent as possible in their own homes, ensuring their care is how they want it! Enriching someone’s life is the best feeling ever.
Rachel wants to help build on Care in Wales great foundations in providing excellent care and hopes to personally transfer these qualities across the up and coming areas.
Little things that make a big difference.