Night Rehabilitation Support Worker.
Job DescriptionPurpose of Position -To share with other staff in meeting the personal care needs of residents in a way that respects the privacy and dignity of the individual and promotes independence. -To have a commitment to equal opportunities and to promote the equality of all without reference to (among others) gender, race ethnicity, religion, sexuality, marital status, age and disability. -To help in the care of the residents physical environment and in the general day to day activities of the home. Hours of work: 8pm till 8am and every other weekend. Responsibilities -Assist residents with personal activities as part of their day to day care. -Participate in activities with residents e.g. shopping, reading, hobbies; laundry; leisure/group activities etc. -Maintain a tidy and clean environment and as required participate in preparation and clearing of meals. -Help to ensure effective communication throughout the team, by participating in meetings and bringing to the attention of a senior staff member anything that may have significant effect on the well-being of residents. -To protect the confidentiality of the home and in particular any details about residents or the business of the home and not communicate any of these details with individuals outside of the home. -Participate in training events, some of which are mandatory. -To conform to all policies and procedures within the home, including Health and Safety. -Maintain working knowledge of Resident Care plans. -Recognise the need for action when a potentially serious incident occurs and raise the matter immediately with a senior member of staff. Skills -Literate, numerate & good use of English language. -Basic understanding of Brain injury and mental health problems. -Basic working knowledge of Care Plans and Risk Assessments of each individual resident. -Honest, reliable and promotes ethical standards. Attributes -Demonstrates desire to develop skills in work...