Welcoming Cheryl to our team…


We are very pleased to welcome Cheryl Sirrell to our seakr team as Care Co-ordinator. With more than 20 years of care experience, Cheryl has experienced a caring role from three different angles: prov...


The importance of staying physically and mentally healthy


Staying healthy, eating well and remaining active are things some of us can easily take for granted. From tucking in to a traditional Sunday roast, followed by a brisk afternoon stroll, food and exerc...


Back to school: seakr urges parents to consider a career in care


As children go back to school this week, seakr is urging parents who are looking for a flexible and fulfilling role to fit around the school run to consider a career in care. The innovative company ha...


Homecare presents a solution to care home bed shortage


New research that has been circulating in the news recently projects that almost 200,000 more care home beds are needed over the next 20 years to support Britain’s ageing population. The study found t...


seakr workshop on care in the community open to all

community event

seakr is inviting the community along to its latest event to find out more about the career opportunities and care packages on offer. The free community event will be held on Thursday 17th August at P...


Seakr welcome Care Co-ordinator Emily

Care Coordinator

Emily, Care Co-ordinator We are excited to welcome Emily Davis to the seakr team as our new Care Co-ordinator. Emily was already a seakr carer, supporting an individual who needs emotional care and so...


Could you be a seakr carer?


When you think of a carer, what’s the first thing that springs to mind? More than likely you’ll think of someone who’s patient, has a kind and caring nature and puts others first. Here at seakr, we ha...


Why choose a career in care? Seakr does it differently…

care career

Many people would agree that the care sector has been portrayed in a bad light over the past few decades. Too regularly the media likes to concentrate its attention on the bad news, rather than the po...


Voluntary carers treated to FREE meal during Carers Week

Carers Week Big Lunch

  We were proud to treat hardworking unpaid carers in the community to a free ‘Big Lunch’ event on 15th June. The event, which formed part of Carers Week, provided an opportunity to celebrate a y...


Supporting Carers Week 2017

Carers Week

A national campaign which aims to raise awareness of caring, Carers Week highlights the challenges unpaid carers face and supports recognition of the contribution they make to the communities in which...