A Care Coordinator helps to coordinate the activities and daily life of a home or other environment where people need care, this can be a hospital, children’s home or learning establishment.
A Care Worker is someone who works in a home providing support to patients in general health and also in wellbeing. Depending on the needs of the patients will determine exactly
A Support Worker works with children and/or families to support them with practical advice for various situations.
A Case Worker is somebody who helps people deal with a range of issues, from substance abuse to disability.
Formal qualifications are not always needed, although some employers may ask for GCSEs to become an Animal Care Worker.
A Care Assistant is expected to be friendly and approachable with a good sense of humour, and a lot of patience. A caring nature is essential and the ability to relate to different people
If you are looking to be a Care Assistant then you will usually have some previous experience or may have done an NVQ qualification in Care.