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The Future of the Domiciliary Care Industry is bright at Key2support.

Future of the Domiciliary Care Industry

We feel the future of the domiciliary care industry is bright at Key2support.

All business’s need to develop and grow to survive in today’s marketplace. Domiciliary Care has worked to a certain structure for many years.

Key2Support is proud to say that our venture into the software world of automating our systems is proving to be a great success.

Having real time systems in place, allows far superior monitoring and information retrieval for both carers and service users.

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Key2support support our Care Worker Community

Care workers hailed for battling weather to keep services running

Key2Support commend our fellow carers on their commitment to service users during the recent “Beast from the East” weather conditions.

Key2support care continues in all weather

Staff have slept overnight in care homes and walked miles through blizzards to reach clients

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Care Support Worker Jobs at Key2Support

Due to continued success we require Care Support Workers to join our confident, outgoing and sociable team based in East Lancashire. Our company continues to go from strength to strength and that is down to our hard-working, dedicated staff. Are you looking you to build a career within an organisation that offers career progression? Along with the training and development to succeed and support along the way? APPLY NOW

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New Kits for Under 13’s

Accrington Girls & Ladies Under 13’s team are now taking to the field in brand new kits thanks to local business Key2Support. They are pictured with Kelly and Sandra Managing Directors after taking delivery of their new Joma kit. Chris the Club Treasurer said “The support of local businesses is essential for grass roots clubs to continue to provide opportunities for people to participate in sport. We are tremendously grateful to Key2Support for their generosity in these difficult financial times.” 

Key2Support offer essential services in the care sector and are based in the Oswaldtwistle Mills Business & Conference Centre. Website: www.key2support.org

The Under 13s train on Tuesday night at St. Christopher’s CE High School on Queens Road West, Accrington at 6pm. They play their matches in the North Valley & Burnley Unity League on Sundays. They are always on the lookout for more players to add to their squad. Contact Chris on 07872 640669 or email aglfcinfo@gmail.com for more information.