Provide first-line care support services to users of the company’s service. In general, the support provided by care workers is what should normally be performed by a close relative or care provider but does not include tasks that would normally be performed by a qualified nurse.
Carry out agreed-upon care plans and keep records as needed.
Working in accordance with the policies and procedures of care.
Work in diverse shifts with the flexibility to work on weekends.
Promoting customer health and well-being, so that they can live their lives to the fullest.
Supporting learning experiences at home and in the community as a whole.
Managing complex and challenging behavior.
Manual handling of patients, including the use of equipment as needed.
Encouraging participation in day-to-day activities.
Reporting and recording vital aspects of care.
Taking care of personal care duties.
Developing personal and practical skills.
Able to work both individually or as part of a team.
You must be flexible and willing to work shifts, including weekends.
Interested in working with children and adults with autism and related issues.
You must be willing to train for a Level 2 Diploma in Health and Voluntary Care.