Residential Care Worker x 8.
To contribute to the provision of respite social work to children and young people with learning and or physical disabilities.
To provide a consistent caring and stable environment for young people.
To work as a member of a staff team towards agreed aims and objectives.
To provide a level of care that meets the requirements of inspection standards, and appropriate legislation.
To ensure that high standards of care are maintained within the Home giving particular consideration to health, education, personal relationships, and cultural and religious needs.
To recognise young people’s behaviour within the context of their life experience and develop appropriate strategies for managing this
To provide a safe environment for young people by setting clear, consistent and reasonable boundaries.
To contribute to creating a positive living experience for young people.
To undertake individual and group work as necessary.
To write reports necessary for review assessments and other meetings.
Maintain case files and official records in accordance with departmental and divisional policies.
To undertake keywork responsibility as determined by the Manager/Supervisor.
To work with families ands carers in consultation with other professionals and in accordance with the young person’s care plan.
To work in partnership with relevant agencies, in particular the Disabled Children’s Team.
To develop contacts within the community, and to assist young people with educational and leisure activities.
To participate in the department’s supervision, training and appraisal systems.
To attend all case conferences, reviews and staff meetings as required by the Manager, and to fully participate as a member of the staff team.
Health and Medical Fitness
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