Jewish Care feature in quality care film27 Jun 2014
The short film titled ‘What does good care look like’ will be used by the national agency to attract potential care staff into the sector. Recognised as providers of quality care, Jewish Care were approached to represent the social care sector.
Skills for Care and the National Skills Academy CEO Sharon Allen said:
“All too often care homes get a bashing in the media, but today is about local people seeing for themselves what good care looks like.”
“People who live and work in care homes have a huge amount to offer their communities, and we wanted to make these films to show what good care looks like, but also how learning and development opportunities means staff are able to meet the aspirations of people who want to lead fulfilling and active lives.”
Simon Morris, Chief Executive, Jewish Care said: “We are delighted to have been approached to take part in this film. Our primary focus is to ensure we can provide excellent care to our clients and support to their families. We know this is only possible with a skilled and committed workforce. That’s why we invest in every one of the 1,500 people we employ. The social care sector is full of opportunity for caring and compassionate people and we hope this film reaches these potential future employees”.