AJ Zion Limited Services

We pride ourselves with high standard of service and therefore we are committed to investing in training care workers and undertake any necessary procedures to ensure that we deliver the service we promise.

Our emphasis on empathy, respect, and training, help make our nurses and other caregivers some of the most knowledgeable medical support staff available. Our core services include providing private duty nursing and home health aides for seniors and the disabled.

However, we provide a wide range of medical support services to those of all ages and in all living situations, including for those in treatment or recovery after an accident, injury, or illness.

We provide high standard of service and ensure we understand our client's needs. We are a provider of wide-ranging services, which are high-quality, client-centred, and cost effective services, which we can recommend to our own families and friends.

We are aware of the current budget constraints and needs for value for money. Care work is very rewarding and fulfilling however it entails being able to do personal care which can be messy.

Personal care is an intimate task, which includes washing and dressing clients as well as dealing with body fluids. As a care worker, you will be expected to do shopping, prepare meals, prompt for medication, housework, laundry, helping with paperwork and personal affairs.

  • Effective and reliable recruitment service around the clock
  • Transparent and honest communication and feedback
  • Commitment to providing the highest quality care and standards of service
  • Support provision to various categories of people with care needs
  • Work with other professionals, such as doctors and therapists, to ensure consistency of support




Help vulnerable people with many aspects of their day-to-day living, assisting them to take care of themselves and live a fulfilled life. Different people will need support for different reasons. For instance, they may have mental health needs, learning disabilities, medical conditions or physical disabilities.

As a support worker, you could be working in people’s homes, in the community or in health and social care settings, and may help them with tasks such as mobility, eating and drinking, or personal care. There are many different types of support worker roles available, including Family support workers, Mental Health support workers and Community support workers.


  • Providing emotional support to individuals and their families.
  • Providing practical support for individuals and their families, such as helping with household tasks, personal care and paperwork.
  • Supporting and monitoring their healthcare needs, including administering medication and temperature checks.
  • Supporting them to pursue hobbies and interests.
  • Supporting the learning of new skills or gaining employment.
  • Teaching life skills, such as budgeting and paying bills.
  • Helping with everyday tasks such as meal preparation, writing a shopping list, going shopping or maintaining their housing tenancy.
  • Helping them to access community facilities and be included in community groups.
  • Understanding their communication needs and adapting your communication to each individual, e.g. sounds, tones, body language.
  • Working with other professionals, such as doctors and therapists, to ensure consistency of support.
  • Analysing an individual’s needs and drawing up a focused support plan.
  • Becoming both a role model and companion to the individual and uncovering shared interests, such as hobbies and outings.
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As a live-in carer, you’ll provide personal care, help with household chores and getting out and about. Above all else, you’ll provide companionship and emotional support – even just a chat over a cup of tea and sharing moments watching their favourite TV show – while you’re living with them.

At AJ Zion Healthcare, we support adults of all ages and with many varying medical conditions across the whole of Dorset and Hampshire. Just as each of our customers and their situations are unique, most of our clients are diagnosed with dementia so too are each of the live-in care placements and what you’ll be required to do.


  • Companionship – sharing conversation and spending time together.
  • Personal care – assisting with bathing, dressing and, when necessary, continence support.
  • Helping with mobility – some customers need assistance getting around the home.
  • Overseeing medication – all according to the customer’s care plan.
  • Household chores – help around the home, such as vacuuming or washing clothes.
  • Preparing and cooking meals.
  • Running errands – assisting with tasks such as shopping or picking up prescriptions.
  • Other medical support – extra training is provided for more complex support needs as well as first aid training

It takes a special kind of person to be a carer. A good carer is someone who truly cares about others and is not just earning a living. This is a special job, and it needs special people to do it.

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Domestics care workers are trained to assist the elderly, disabled, mentally ill, and/or terminally ill. Domestics care workers often work in private homes to help patients with daily tasks such as personal grooming and meal preparation.

Families sometimes bring in these workers to care for their loved one when the job becomes too much for them to handle. Depending on the condition of the patient, actual feeding may be necessary. Light, general housekeeping may also be expected of a domestic care worker.


  • Domestics care workers are expected to make their patients' lives easier and more comfortably.
  • Transporting patients to doctor's appointments, making beds, doing laundry, preparing meals, giving patients their medications, or running errands.
  • Change the patient's bandages, check vital signs, or simply apply lotion to dry skin areas.
  • Light cleaning to maintain sanitary conditions in the home environment.
  • Patients may need help bathing themselves, and it will be up to domestic care worker to get them into the bath or shower.
  • Help patients get to and from the toilet, as well as change a patient's adult diaper if he or she is bed-bound. It is extremely important that the patient be allowed to maintain his or her dignity during these times.
  • For recreation, assistants can play card games or board games with patients, because it is a way of keeping them mentally active and alert. Crossword puzzles or arts and crafts are equally helpful activities because they can absorb the patient's attention or liven up the day. Even sitting with patients in the backyard or on the front porch for a couple of hours can be beneficial. The fresh air and sunshine can do wonders for the patients' outlook and well-being.
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A healthcare assistant (HCA) has a varied role depending on their place of work. Sometimes staff working in HCA roles are known as nursing assistants, nursing auxiliaries or auxiliary nurses.

They can form a vital part of a nursing team in a hospital, doctor’s surgery or in the wider community in a residential care home – looking after the elderly or in a domestic setting looking after someone who is disabled or terminally ill.

HCAs can work with infants, children, young people and supporting registered nurses in the delivery of nursing care.


Healthcare assistant duties can vary depending where you are working. For example, if you are based in a hospital you may be:

  • Serving meals and helping to feed patients.
  • Helping people to move around.
  • Toileting.
  • Making beds.
  • Talking to patients and making them comfortable.
  • Monitoring patients’ conditions by taking temperatures, pulse, respirations and weight.
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A nurse offers a crucial combination of clinical, emotional and social support to patients – and often their families – in their time of need. It’s a job that allows you to make a difference in people’s lives every single day.

Nurses administer care and treatments to patients, whether that’s taking their blood pressure, cleaning wounds or handling injections and medication.

Nurses take on a wide range of duties all centred around their patients and their needs. They work with or as part of multidisciplinary teams so will be expected to liaise with and assist doctors, consultants and other care specialists.


  • Assisting doctors with physical examinations and care plans.
  • Performing an initial assessment of a patient’s condition.
  • Informing patients and their relatives of what’s happening.
  • Cleaning and dressing wounds.
  • Taking patients’ temperatures and checking their blood pressure and pulse rates.
  • Administering medication and injections.
  • Taking blood samples (also known as venepuncture).
  • Setting up drips and blood transfusions.
  • Using different medical equipment.
  • Checking on the progress of a patient’s progress.
  • Handling sensitive and confidential information.
  • Tutoring student nurses.
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Registered nurse delivers nursing care to our clients within their own home. Our clients, have significant and sometimes acute needs.

The complex care they require can demand a high level of support for them and their families.


  • Restores and promotes patient’s health by completing the nursing process.
  • Collaborates with physicians and multidisciplinary team members.
  • Provides physical and psychological support to patients, friends, and families.
  • Identifies patient care requirements by establishing personal rapport with patients and their families.
  • Establishes a compassionate environment by providing emotional, psychological, and spiritual support to patients, friends, and families.
  • Assures quality of care by adhering to therapeutic standards; measuring health outcomes against patient care goals and hospital or regulatory standards.
  • Resolves patient problems and needs by utilizing multidisciplinary team strategies.
  • Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols; medication administration and storage procedures; and controlled substance regulations.
  • Documents patient care services by charting in patient and department records.
  • Maintains continuity among nursing teams by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs.
  • Maintains patient confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.
  • Ensures operation of equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; calling for repairs; and evaluating new equipment and techniques.
  • Maintains nursing supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level.
  • Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops and participating in professional societies.
  • Maintains a cooperative relationship among health care teams by communicating information and participating in team problem-solving methods.
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  • Deliver nursing care to our clients with complex physical and mental health needs in conjunction with our policies and procedures.


  • Must be a Registered Nurse without practice restriction with the NMC or overseas registration body.
  • Previous experience delivering complex care in the home environment
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • High standard of numeracy skills is essential.
  • A proactive and can do attitude whilst being a strong team player.
  • Verifiable understanding of clinical record keeping.
  • Experience with safe storage and administration of medication.
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AJ Zion Limited cares for

    • Supported Living45%
    • Live-Ins20%
    • Domiciliary Care Services30%
    • Palliative Care5%

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