Residential care roles
Care professionals in residential settings are responsible for supporting people with complex health and social care needs to live safe and meaningful lives. This type of care role usually involves working as part of a team of professionals.
Professionals in residential care homes help residents with everyday tasks such as washing, taking medication, using the toilet and getting dressed. Care professionals also support residents to take part in hobbies and social activities, such as group baking sessions and listening to their favourite music.
There are a range of different types of professional roles in residential settings. Examples include registered managers, activity coordinators and dementia leads.
Explore the local case studies below to find out what it is like to work in a residential care home.
Watch this video to learn what it is like to work in a residential care home and why Judith loves her role.
Watch this video to learn about David's career journey so far and what his current role involves.
Read Nilannie's story to learn how she became a residential care manager and what her day-to-day role involves.
Read Jack's story to learn how he got his first job in social care and what inspires him to progress in his residential care career.
Read this interview with Jasmine to learn how she progressed from her first job in care as a casual shift worker to a senior manager position.
Read Millie's story to learn what inspired her to work in social care and how she has progressed into her team leader role.
Read Ben's story to find out what the role of a dementia care mapper is, and how he progressed into the role.
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