Support Worker

Support Worker

A support worker helps people with activities of daily living. There is no specific professional training to become a support worker, but you must be compassionate by nature and willing to help with impairments related to old age, disability, a disease, or a mental disorder.

The duties of a support worker might include among other things, caring for someone who has a chronic illness or disease; managing medications or talking to doctors and nurses on that person's behalf; helping to bathe or dress and maybe even taking care of household chores and meals. Nevertheless, if you are kind hearted by nature, it is an excellent opportunity to earn handsomely.

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