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By aspiration | 23 Sep 2020 | Category: Blog
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The Care Quality Commission say Crossroads Caring for Carers home care service is ‘outstanding’.

Following a recent inspection, CQC have awarded Crossroads with an Outstanding rating, which means their service is performing exceptionally well.

Crossroads Caring for Carers is Worcestershire’s leading charity offering practical support for family-based carers and people with care needs. Throughout the county they operate on a “not-for-profit” basis working with a large number of individuals and their families. Crossroads help family-based carers to make a life of their own, outside of caring. Operating as an independent local charity with over 35 years’ experience and employing trained professionals, they provide outstanding quality home care services that gives each home carer the peace of mind to let someone else step into their shoes.

Helen Simmons, Manager said

Everyone involved with “Team Crossroads” are delighted and feel extremely proud of our achievement. Our charity, Crossroads Caring for Carers are committed to improving the lives of people we support.

One of the ways we do this is by working closely with Aspiration Training so you, as an apprentice can gain experience, confidence and comprehensive training through to Diploma Level 2 and 3 in Social Care.

As an apprentice, you will have a dedicated Social Care Vocational Coach who will work with you (and Crossroads) guiding you every step of the way.

Our wish is that you become successful with your chosen career path.

Both Aspiration Training and Crossroads want to help you progress and succeed with your chosen “caring” journey.

To view the CQC Inspection report, please visit   www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-130618228

If you think Crossroads can help you and your loved one or you would like to join their team of care staff, please contact Crossroads in one of the following ways: email care@crossroads-worcestershire.org.uk Telephone 01905 729293 or through their website www.crossroadsworcs.org.uk

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