Q: What is it like working as a Personal Care Assistant (PCA)?
Personal Care Assistant (PCA) in Solihull:
"Be prepared to work very long hours."
The work can be challenging especially when your client is unwell or resents having to have you there to help them. Patience and a good sense of humour helps at all times, as well as the ability to adapt to changing situations. The work is at it's best, very rewarding and it is possible to gain a great deal of satisfaction from knowing you have helped a person to maintain their dignity and independence. Treat others as you would like to be treated and you won't go far wrong.
Personal Care Assistant (PCA) in Telford:
Pros: Helping people to get better and return back to their own homes.
Cons: The pay does not fit the job, 10 hour night shifts for the same pay as day hours. The pay is the same across all shifts.