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CareBright to recruit at Jobs Expo Cork

We are very pleased to announce that CareBright will be exhibiting, as well as recruiting for jobs, at Jobs Expo Cork on 16 November.

Established in 1998, CareBright is a social economy business. They provide professional and supportive care in the community. The agency is a leading provider of homecare in Munster. Their focus is caring for and supporting people to live independently in their own homes. Firstly, CareBright provides services for older people in the form of home care grants, home help services, and subsidised hours in the home. They also provide chiropody service. In addition, they they provide care for clients in a private capacity.

The agency offers care services to the following groups:

  • The elderly
  • People with disabilities
  • Post surgery patients
  • People who require specialised services, companionship or support in the home

 Homecare Provider and Care Agency

CareBright has a team of approximately 250 carers. These are managed and supported by a team of care managers. The care managers are all qualified nurses. As a result, they bring a wealth of clinical and community experience to their work. They work closely with the health services community. Therefore, they ensure that every client receives person-centred care.

CareBright pride themselves on the quality of care they deliver. Furthermore, they are QMark accredited.

Providing care in the community

The care agency not only provides care in the community, but also provides employment to carers. As a result the community and the people who live within it both benefit from CareBright’s services. This is because CareBright has built their care agency with a social conscious. In addition, they have built it to deliver the most professional and personal services.

Services

CareBright provides services:

  • Home care
  • 24-Hour care
  • Respite care
  • Palliative care
  • Dementia care
  • Disability care
  • Post-operative care
  • Chiropody services
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