At Caring Connections our main priority is being able to provide vunerable clients with the best quality of care as we possibly can. Alongside this, we also aim to help anyone affected by bereavement, depression and social anxiety. Because of this we have been able to provide support to a number of individuals who have reached out to us for help.
We have produced a report detailing the impact we have made in the local community and would love for you to have a read through it!
We have recently moved premises to Kirkby so if you need to visit us for any reason then our new address is as follows:
Caring Connections would like to invite you to our first of many monthly events!
Do you want to come along and have a game of bingo? Maybe a sing and a dance or just have a general good time?
Then Pauline's Parties is for you! The aim is to provide people who have dementia or people who are generally isolated throughout the day a place to get together and have fun.
The dedicated armies of people working in care can now put a new goal in their sights – by turning care into a career.
That’s the belief of Linda Shields, Registered Manager of care charity Caring Connections, who speaks from experience.
A former front line Domiciliary Care Support Worker, Linda has worked her way up the ranks to be in charge of a team of 40 care staff supporting more than 60 service users in Knowsley. Her job organising the team, its workload and training, provides a lifeline to some of the most vulnerable people in the community.