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Earn £100 for every carer you refer

We’ll give them £100 too. With our Friends who Care scheme, you get rewarded for each carer friend you refer to work with us. It’s as simple as that. Get started below.

The number of families seeking an alternative to the care home has increased like never before. With COVID-19, that's not surprising. However, to help these families, we need more exceptional, dedicated carers.

As a care professional yourself, we know you know where they are. We need your help but we wouldn't expect you to do it for nothing. That's where our Friends who Care scheme comes in. Follow the steps below to register, and we'll reward you for every carer you refer to join Elder.

How it works

There are no limits to the number of carers you can refer. Offer as many friends who care as you can the chance to join Elder. But follow this process for every person you refer. Each referral link can only be used once.

1

Get your unique link

Complete the form below and we’ll email you a unique link.

2

Share it with a friend  

Send your link to a carer friend by WhatsApp, email or social media.

3

They sign up with us 

Your friend clicks your link, and signs up to work with Elder.

4

You're both rewarded 

Once they’ve been caring for 14 days, we’ll pay you £100 each.

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Read customer stories

Every family we help is unique. For each, there are different triggers that finally motivate them to give us a call. Here are some of their stories:

Joanne’s story – care to support mild dementia

Joanne’s story – care that keeps Mum in her dancing shoes Joanne and her mum, Patricia, have been with Elder since 2017. Patricia has mild dementia, but that doesn’t stop...

Wendy’s story – moving from hourly care

Wendy’s story – moving from hourly care Mum has been disabled for a few years now. She used to have hourly care visits, but last summer she sadly fell and...

Jim’s story – care after hospital discharge

Jim’s story – care after hospital discharge Helen and her dad, Jim (92), have been with Elder since May 2020. Tabayi or ‘Tabby’ is their primary carer. Helen’s sister Ruth...

Sue’s story – care for a WW2 veteran

Sue’s story – care for a WW2 veteran My mother is an amazing woman. She is very quick-witted and has lived a full life, even having a stint as a...

Jill’s story – personalised dementia care

Jill’s story – personalised dementia care Jill has been with Elder since Jan 2020, care is for her mum (Peggy) who is 97 with dementia. Jennifer is their primary carer. ...

Jan’s story – care for an elderly couple

Jan’s story – care for an elderly couple Jan has been with Elder since 2017, care is for her mum (Jean) and dad (Fred). Jean and Frederick are in their...

Ian’s story – live-in care advised by local council

Ian’s Story – live-in care advised by local council It started with Dad’s health deteriorating, followed by a hospital visit. At that point, we already had morning and evening visits...