Support worker etiquette advice from Rene, an ex-Caregiver now working as a Coordinator for Care on Call.
We've just bid farewell to our Clinical Manager Judith - here, she shares her experience working at Care on Call.
Staff member Karen A on her journey from client to caregiver.
Silina W, one of our experienced caregivers, on her journey to Care on Call.
Staff member Stacey M on working as a bureau consultant in the aged care industry.
Here's a new online tool - Firstport's Accessible Day Out library - which helps Kiwis with disability find the perfect post-COVID outing!
Del, a client, on her experience so far with Care on Call.
Stephanie S, Care Coordinator, on her journey to Care on Call & her memorable time as a caregiver.
How our staff continued to care throughout the pandemic.
International Nurses Day - May 12th
Care on Call wishes to reassure its clients that we continue to provide services, are monitoring staff health and following the advice of WHO and MOH daily to ensure you are kept safe in your home.
The Care on Call team is also in constant communication with its staff and reminding them to follow all the basic infection control principles and Care on Call does provide protective equipment (gloves, masks, aprons) to its staff free of charge as and when they require. For clients living in Auckland our staff’s ‘bubble’ will be kept as small as possible, limiting the client’s they see. If you are elderly or immune-compromised please stay at home as far as possible, we can bring what you need to you.
Should you have any queries please contact your local Care on Call office or click here.