An event to raise awareness and recruit more staff to an increasingly busy charitable care service was staged at Clitheroe’s United Reformed Church on Saturday.
Trustees and staff from the charity were on hand to talk to any prospective employees who were interested in becoming
part of the team at Crossroads Care Ribble Valley.
With the growth of carers of all ages, early discharge from hospital, the need to provide end of life care at home plus the assistance the charity provides to children, means the demand for Crossroads service is ever increasing.
Crossroads Care is proud of the quality of care and respite it provides and a recent inspection by the Quality Care Commission assessed the service as good in all aspects of care.
The awareness day proved very worth while and charity’s volunteers anticipate welcoming more staff to join the team.
From left to right: Dr Mike Smith, manager Shauna Wrigley, Linda Moors, Ribble Valley MP Nigel Evans and Coun. Ian Brown. (s)