Responsibilities of Care UK's Management Team

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Introduction This essays aim is to show Care UK’s background, stakeholders and the organisation’s structure to provide more information on how the organisation operates. It will also present goals and objectives and the managerial responsibilities in order to achieve them. Care UK is a company which deals with provide support and care to assist people live their lives independently. It is a very responsible task which requires their staff to have excellent communication skills. This report will present more information on this subject. (Care UK ,2014) Care UK is an organization with over 30 years experience in running care homes and providing health and social care. Currently the organisations owns about 85 residential homes and supports about 17.000 service users through care and support. The organisation’s purpose is to provide the best service for residents who need support with their day to day activities and to help resident's live a more independent and fulfilling lives. The company’s success can be attributed to contribution of their stakeholders; Managers, Service users, Life Skills Support Workers, Employees, Government department, GP centres, Hospitals, Suppliers, Relatives (Care UK ,2014). The organisation’s customers are the service users; each resident is different and need to have the right care and care plan provided. Care UK provides six types of cares which includes: • Dementia care – some residents are living with dementia, a unique approach was developed by this organisation to ensure the life skills support workers are well trained and prepared for providing professional care and support. (Care UK. n.d) • Day care- these are clubs which are focused on stimulating a home environment it helps to... ... middle of paper ... .../ Last accessed 17.02.2014. Care UK. (2014). Operational Management. Available: Last accessed 17.02.2014. Care UK. (2014). Who are we?. Available: Last accessed 17.02.2014. Lyne, J. (2008). Reducing depression: How older people’s care workers can help. Available: Last accessed 17.02.2014. Robinson, T. (2006). Improving Communication With Older Patients: Tips From the Literature. Available: Last accessed 17.02.2014.

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