THE CARE COMPANY
Gnosall - view to the canal from The Boat Inn
We are proud of our company.
We are a small team working from a village base in Gnosall Staffordshire and the office in the centre of Burslem.
We offer care and support across Staffordshire
Burslem - Clock Tower
The Company was set up in the summer of 2013. It was initially a franchise as part of the Kare Plus network. The company was a Limited company from the beginning. During the summer of 2017 there was an opportunity to separate from the network. At this stage the company renamed itself as The Care Company. The company though has always been owned by the same person: Kay Gynane
We care for residents in Nursing, care and residential homes and support people in their own homes
The building is 300 years old and a former shop on the main road in the middle of the village. The floors upstairs are gently sloping adding to the character of the building and a great conversation point for interviews and training sessions
A modern contemporary look office with full training facility, located in a china factory building
We mainly train our staff in our office based training rooms. This is as varied as learning how to wash an adult (as not everyone gains this experience in their life) to learning about accurate record keeping to how to safely move and handle a customer from bed to chair and back again!
Training also takes place in the home – carers learn how to make a perfect poached egg on toast and learn how to make porridge the proper way – on the cooker
We employ nurses and carers who look after you. Our managers work in the office and out in the community managing the care teams. These teams are supported behind the scenes by operational and administrative staff in both offices
FOOD & DRINK
In the office we drink gallons of tea and coffee all day and we make sure we stop for 30 minutes at lunchtime to eat as we’re all good at that! Our carers and nurses and any relatives or customers are always welcome in the office for a coffee or tea – it’s a great way to discuss people’s needs