Personal Summary Template - Care Assistant (Personal Statement)


Dayjob Ltd - 120 Vyse Street Birmingham B18 6NF
T: 0044 121 638 0026 - M: 0870 061 0121 - E:
personal statement
A well presented, well organised and competent care assistant who has a long track record of assisting patients and
encouraging self care and self management. Howard is able to work with competing priorities, and possesses
superb communication skills which allow him to tactfully and empathetically talk with distressed or anxious patients
or carers. He is fully committed to the welfare of his clients and will not hesitate to represent the interests of
individuals and families when they are not able to do so themselves. Howard is now looking for a challenging
position which will make the best use of his existing skills and also further his personal & professional development.
employment history
Local Health Authority - Birmingham
April 2009 – Present
Responsible for travelling between sites and visiting clients in their homes or at residential centres. Also In charge of
giving accurate and appropriate information to patients, as well as making recommendations to raise standards of
practice and service delivery.
Measuring and preparing special diets.
Responding immediately and professionally to any calls for assistance from clients.
Assisting clients with the preparation of simple refreshments and light meals.
Helping clients to organise their household budget.
Reporting to the Senior Officer on duty before leaving the office and after a period of duty is completed.
Clearing up and washing dishes for clients when they are not able to.
Escorting clients around their own homes i.e. upstairs and into the garden etc.
Council – West Bromwich
October 2007 – April 2009
Private Company - Dudley
July 2007 – October 2007
areas of expertise
Supportive care
Homemaking activities
Record keeping
IT skills
Serving meals
Feeding clients
Bed making
Administering medication
Heavy lifting & carrying
Health & safety
Professional skills
Assisting with a prescribed range of motion exercises.
Highly organised and able to prioritise tasks.
Able to maintain confidentiality and observe data protection and associated guidelines when required.
Can meet all health requirements, including TB, and pass background checks.
Able to work under pressure.
Criminal Records Bureau clearance and able to work with vulnerable adults and children.
Able to fully read, write, speak and understand English.
Assembling and operating special equipment like adaptable beds, wheelchairs and stretchers.
academic qualifications
Birmingham North University -
2004 - 2007
- Social Care BA (Hons)
City & Guilds – NVQ Diploma Child Care
Birmingham South College - 2002 – 2004 - Business Studies Diploma
Available on request.


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