Prama have been working closely with the NHS during the pandemic, assisting with care at home after patients have left hospital. The service provided by Prama has been a help to those who have been discharged from hospital locally and are in need of some transitional care. The contract with the BCP council has meant that PramaCare have required additional members of their care team and are still currently recruiting for further care support and brain injury reablement workers.
Those looking to join Prama in these roles can benefit from a new pay rate of £10.69-£11.50, which started in April. The roles are perfect for those who have a personal experience of caring, with the brain injury reablement roles suited for those with an interest in brain injuries and rehabilitation, or people who have cared for a friend or family member who have had a stroke or car accident, for example.
Prama’s Recruitment Coordinator, Joe Sherwood, explained:
“Sometimes our best support workers are the people who have had personal experience caring for a friend of family member. Prama offer full face to face and online training and on-going support for our support workers to carry out the great work we do in the community”.
If you are interested in discussing the roles available with Prama, you can get in touch via phone 01202 207302 or visit the PramaCare website https://www.pramacare.org.uk/jobs