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What's the difference between a caregiver and a support worker and do you work alone?

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  • 26 July 2017

    Hi,
    A Care giver delivers care to service users in their own home who often require palliative care.

    A Support worker provides support to individuals with learning disabilities who live in a supported living accommodation.


    There is both the option to work alone and with another care assistants.


    Should you have any further questions, please ask.


    Many thanks

    Pulse8+ Ltd

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