No not necessarily, although if your client lives is in a rural area it may be essential.
Articles in this section
- What are the fees?
- Who pays the Curamcare fees?
- Carer's Insurance
- How do I register with Curam?
- Do I need experience?
- Do I need to be self-employed?
- Who are the clients of Curamcare?
- Can I work for my client part-time?
- Do I need a driving licence/car?
- How many referees do I need?