What does a Support Worker role look like on a day to day basis:
supporting people to shop for things they wish to buy and to prepare their meals as required.
Supporting with doing their housework, including cleaning and laundry.
Supporting people with all aspects of personal care where required but always promoting as much independence as possible. Personal care may include: washing/bathing, dressing, using the toilet
Help the people we support to manage their own money.
Supporting people with the activities they enjoy, which can include; shopping, swimming, horse riding, holidays, walks, activity centres, cinema, music sessions and much more.
Working in a supportive manner with colleagues, families and external parties, building trust by being open and honest.
As a Support worker you will work with people who have varying degrees of learning disabilities to promote independence and support them to lead as fulfilling life as possible, incorporating both therapy based activities and community based activities.
Requirements:-For Support Workers in this location, experience is not necessary as all of our staff receive training tailored to the needs of the people they support.