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Care managers work with older adults and people with disabilities and their families to put the appropriate care services in place to help them achieve their goals. Care managers conduct thorough assessments, develop detailed care plans, co-ordinate care services and continue to monitor those services to ensure the individual’s and the family’s needs are being met.

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Community Care Worker – Adult...

Ipswich, Suffolk 
  £12 - £12  

Community Care Practitioner

Lowestoft, Suffolk 
  £12 - £12  

Care Manager – Adult Social C...

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 
  £18 - £18  

Adult Support Co-ordinator

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 
  £16 - £18  

Case Manager – Adult Communit...

Whitstable, Kent 
  £28 - £30  

Community Care Practitioner –...

Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk 
  £11 - £13  

Adult Support Coordinator

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 
  £14 - £16  

Care Manager – Adult Neighbou...

Ipswich, Suffolk 
  £12 - £14  

Adult Support Coordinator – P...

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 
  £21 - £23  

Support Worker – NHS Continui...

Ipswich, Suffolk 
  £12 - £16  

Care Manager – East Neighbour...

Ipswich, Suffolk 
  £16 - £16  

Residential Care Worker

Ely, Cambridgeshire 
  £10 - £11  

Registered Home Manager | Barry

Barry, Vale of Glamorgan 
  £27,000 - £27,000  

Residential Children’s Home M...

Dorchester, Dorset 

Support Worker Grade 2 – Hous...

Aberdeen, Aberdeen City 
  £10 - £10  

What Do Care Managers Do?

Rather than providing the care themselves, care managers work through the array of services available to put the provisions in place to deliver the highest standard of care. Care managers can also challenge decisions that are made and help families find the most efficient and cost effective way of caring for a loved one.

Essentially, a care manager acts as an adviser, guiding the family through the maze of care services and providers available to find the most suitable option. For this reason, experience is essential for most care manager jobs.

Who Do Care Managers Work With?

As well as working with the families of vulnerable people, care managers are in also in regular demand from:

  • Solicitors providing trusts and estate services
  • Bank officers with responsibility for the finances of vulnerable individuals
  • Probate judges who need professional assessments
  • Long term care insurers
  • Financial planners and accountants
  • Community-based organisations

What are the Requirements for Care Manager Jobs?

Care managers will usually require a degree in a related field for entry-level positions. They may also need to satisfy a number of other requirements, from completing accredited training courses to gaining a professional certification.

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