Are you considering the Care Home Assistant Practitioner (CHAP) Programme? | Get the inside scoop from Sophie Mudd, CHAP RecruiterCare Home Assistant Practitioner (CHAP)
If you are a Care Assistant and are considering taking the next step with the Four Seasons Health Care, Care Home Assistant Practitioner (CHAP) Programme what better way is there to prep than to hear from the recruiter themselves. Here we speak to Sophie Mudd, CHAP Recruiter about her role and what she believes makes the CHAP Programme stand out:
Meet the Care Home Assistant Practitioner Support Team | Your questions answered…Care Home Assistant Practitioner (CHAP)
We get many enquiries about the Four Seasons CHAP Programme so recently we caught up with the CHAP team to get your frequently asked questions answered and to help you get to know the people behind the programme:
Jenny Rayner, Personal Activity Leader summits five active volcanoes for Alzheimer's Research UK | Dementia Action WeekHealth Care Career Insights
A few weeks ago we shared with you an inspiring story about Jenny Rayner, Personal Activity Leader (PAL) at a Four Seasons Care Home in York who was about to embark on an expedition to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s Research UK. Not just any expedition… Jenny and her team mates summited five active volcanoes in just seven days including Tajumulco – the highest peak in Central America at an incredible 4,220m! An unbelievable achievement…
Celebrating International Nurses' Day 2018 | This Nurse... is a superheroNurse
Saturday 12th May 2018 is ‘International Nurses’ Day’; a day dedicated to celebrating everything our devoted Nurses do! At Four Seasons Health Care we know that each and every one of our Nurses deliver outstanding care every day, and frequently go above and beyond the call of duty.
'I came back to care, and I've never looked back since...' | Meet Tori, Clinical Auditor for Four Seasons Health CareHealth Care Career Insights
Tori took a break from care to complete her law degree and later came back as a 'Senior Care Assistant' after realising her overriding passion for the role, in her own words: "'I missed care that much, I missed the patient contact and making a difference in their lives. So I came back to care, and I've never looked back since...'