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•To deliver person-centred care that will meet individual residents’ personal, physical, social and psychological needs •To contribute to the preparation of individual care plans for residents, be involved in updating and reviewing relevant care plans to changing needs •To contribute to the support and management of service users who exhibit behaviours that challenge •To ensure effective, open and positive communication with working relationships between residents, staff, relatives, professionals and all visitors to the home •To recognise, respect and support the social, emotional and spiritual well-being of individuals and to deliver suitable activities in response to these needs •To engage residents in meaningful activity •To administer medication to residents according to guidelines and policy and procedure •To work positively as part of a multicultural team •To attend and contribute at staff meetings as requested and to act on discussions and information shared at these meetings •To be available for formal supervision and annual appraisal
We are looking for kind and caring people who want to make a difference to the lives of others. If you have a caring attitude and willingness to make a difference, come and join our fantastic team based in South East London and the surrounding areas. You won’t regret it. As one of our Care Assistants you will get to meet our wonderful clients and build relationships. Not only do we offer fantastic rates of pay, job satisfaction and very flexible hours that suit you. Benefits of joining • Great rates of pay - UP TO £15 per hour • Enhanced rates of pay for bank holidays • Paid Mileage • Flexible hours that work around you • Part time / full time / weekday / weekend / morning / evening work available • Local work available • Free Personal Protective Equipment provided • Paid holiday • Free Care certificate training • Ongoing Training • Exceptional support from our office staff and existing Care Assistants Duties involved As a Care Assistant you could be the highlight of somebody’s day or you could be there for them in their darkest hour, but you’ll do it all with the full support of our fantastic team of office staff and existing Care Assistants. Below are some examples of what our clients may need your support with. Light cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, medication, personal care, help to get dressed, washing and bathing, medical appointments, day centres, appointments, and social activities. If you think that you could make a difference to someone’s day and genuinely care about people, then we are looking for you. Requirements • A caring attitude and a willingness to make a difference • A desire to see elderly and vulnerable people treated with care and respect • Reliability, flexibility, hard work and honesty • Good communication skills and good teamwork skills • In order to ensure the safety of staff and the vulnerable people we support during the Covid-19 pandemic, all staff will be required to comply with company, PHE and government recommendatio
WHAT THIS JOB ENTAILS: 1. Establishing meaningful relationships and providing practical/emotional support to the children/young people living with us. Contribute towards the provision of a secure, stable and supportive environment that enables our residents to build the life-skills and resilience needed to make the transition from living in care to living independently. 2. To maintain a high quality of care and support which meets the physical, emotional, intellectual, social and cultural needs of children and young people within our care. Working from the guidelines from the 1989 Children’s Act, National Minimum Standards, Every Child Matters and any other relevant legislation. 3. To support the children/young people with their daily routines and care needs in line with their assigned care plan. Act as a good role model for the children and young people in the Home, offering good advice, guidance and assistance when needed. 4. To support children and young people to make their own choices and decisions, ensuring that their needs and wishes are fully considered in decisions relating to them. 5. To enable children/young people to develop their social skills, and to access educational and leisure activities and promote their participation in these. 6. To ensure the protection of the children and young people from significant harm, by, observing changes in children’s behaviour or appearance and complying fully with the Home’s Safeguarding & Child Protection policy. 7. You will be responsible for key working named children, writing reports, maintaining up to date daily records and attending meetings with external professionals and other duties allocated to you. 8. Attending to practical matters in relation to childcare (cooking, cleaning, general maintenance around the home etc) 9. Providing advice, assistance, and support on a 1:1 basis to enable young people to address past and present difficulties 10. Providing emotional support at times of difficulty or stress
Main Responsibilities include: Provide personal care to individuals (dependant on package of support) Support individuals in line with their person-centred plans. Support individuals in the day-to-day tasks involved in ordinary living. Administer medication. Candidates must be able to speak a good level of english and be able to write in english.
Care Givers, Carers, Care and Support Workers required to work for reputed care company. Excellent pay, pension benefits. Start on our Career Journey and progress to Senior Care Assistant or step-up to one of our office roles. All Training provided for new starters. Applicants must be 16 or over. Start on our Career Journey and progress to Senior Care Assistant or step-up to one of our office roles. All Training provided for new starters
Flexible work pattern with great benefits, providing essential support to our community – Join our award winning team Make a genuine difference within your local community and start a career within social care. We are an award-winning homecare company operating in the London Borough of Croydon. No experience necessary as full training is given. You will be expected to travel independently between customer visits, so it is preferable that you are able to drive and have your own transport. You can choose between working full-time and part-time. Working patterns include early mornings, late evenings and we ask for a commitment to working alternate weekends. Our Care Assistants benefit from competitive hourly pay rates from £11.05ph to £15.00ph, flexible working hours and a mobile phone plus: • Uniform & PPE • Career progression through our Career Pathway • 28 days holiday, pro rata • Mileage allowance • Training programme • Vocational training (QCF Health & Social Care) • Staff awards programme • Recruitment cash scheme • NHS top up scheme We care for the elderly and vulnerable in the comfort of their own homes as an alternative to a residential care home. As a Care Assistant, you will provide crucial care and support in our customers’ homes to assist in all aspects of their daily life, such as personal care, medication support, meal preparation, companionship, taking the customer shopping and domestic support. We also warmly welcome those with previous Carer or Support Worker experience. Care for a change, apply now!
Care First Recruitment LTD aim to provide the best support to supported housing units and currently requires Support Workers within various London Boroughs. Job Purpose: Support workers provide emotional and practical support to individuals and their families who have difficulties living independently because of health issues, emotional problems or relationship difficulties. Typically, clients include people with physical, mental or learning disabilities, those who are struggling with drug or alcohol addictions, vulnerable children or adults, young offenders, or those suffering from marital or other relationship difficulties. They may work with clients who have short term care needs or those with longer term or lifelong difficulties. The needs of a support worker’s clients vary depending on the specifications of their role; you may work in the community, in a home support role or specifically with clients who have mental health issues. Hours: Ad Hoc and contracted roles available Main Responsibilities • To promote independence, life skills and informed choices • Treat service users with respect and dignity • Support service user in making informed choices • To empower service users to reach their full potential • Support service users to maintain personal hygiene and appearance • To promote a safe environment for the service user • Report accidents and injuries • To promote effective communication and relationships with service users and work colleagues • To ensure confidentiality is maintained Essentials • Good written/verbal communication skills • Able to work as part of a team • A non-discriminatory approach • NVQ Levels 3 in Health and Social Care or Relevant You are required to have a minimum of 18 months experience You will need to pass a background checks by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
Care Support worker We are recruiting a full time, permanent Care Support Worker for supported housing. You will be supporting people who have learning and physical disabilities who will depend on you to provide a high standard of support to meet their individual needs. We need people who can impact positively and inject their lives with joy and happiness & to eventually to live independently & integrate into community. As a Care Support Worker you will assist people to live well, be independent and connected to their own community providing social, practical and emotional support to people so that the individual supported can achieve their personal goals and aspirations. Where required support people with all activities of daily living including providing personal care (including cleaning) in a way the respects their dignity. Support individuals to pursue hobbies and leisure activities at home and in their community. Protect the safety of the people you are supporting, following all management plans consistently including those relating to health, diet, medication, finances and behaviour. This role will require an Enhanced DBS check. An applicant must have relevant qualifications or training in care. Good Salary & perks.
• To remain proactive throughout your shift; remaining in contact with management and interacting with S/U • Communicating sufficiently during handover with other staff members and remaining in contact with colleagues and management (verbally, through logging and reporting on specific platforms) • To ensure that placement (the home) remains clean and tidy throughout your shift; aiding S/U to stay tidy; you must provide a clean unit during handover and receive a clean unit from your colleague • You must keep clear, concise and accurate logs regarding the placement and each specific S/U • Interact with the S/U and complete the expected number of Key Work Sessions • Remain vigilant and report any concerns to management immediately • You will be expected to write weekly / monthly report on YP you engage with
As a care assistant, your responsibilities will vary as the nature of the role calls for it. However, these will mostly consist of: Personal care: Assist with personal hygiene, washing assistance with using the toilet, assistance with incontinence inc. pads, commodes and catheter bags Support with eating and drinking: Ensuring that clients are encouraged to eat a healthy, balanced diet and the correct quantities, prepared meals look appetising and make sure the way they eat is appropriate for the client Assisting with shopping: This is completed on the client’s request and a finance form must be completed with a receipt Assist with mobility: Use of a hoist or other aides, or assistance in standing and movement. Dressing or assisting with any physical activity whereby the clients needs support Domestic duties: Cleaning, emptying bins, washing where requested Record keeping: MAR chart (for medication), log book (recording each visit to communicate to the next carer), care plan updates. Please note: it is very important to note that each client has a person-centred care plan. This will contain everything the customer needs and will also outline their individual preferences, likes, dislikes and requirements. This is a live document and will need to be kept updated to ensure that the care and support provided is appropriate and MUST be followed stringently. Assist with medication: completing the MAR chart (Medical Administration Record) the administration of medication as outlined in the care plan and with customer consent Promote independence: to allow the client to do as much as they can for themselves and only offer support where they need it Maintain professional relationships: clients can only be visited on duty and a carer must be in full uniform, with ID and PPE (personal protection equipment). A carer must not accept any gratuities from the client.
Looking for a carer to take care of our 97 year great grandmother of 5. She is in need of a friend as much as a carer to suit her kind nature, to support her in keeping her able bodied and mentally stimulated. We are looking for someone with good intentions, that has the careful consideration to make sure she has everything she needs to stay happy and comfortable. Being able bodied and still having her mental faculties, what our grandmother needs is a friend that will keep her company and stimulated. Someone to take care of the running of the house and helps to maintain her wellbeing in a proactive manner. It is a balance of maintaining a domestic routine but letting her help out as well, with a ‘doing with’ not ‘doing for’ approach. Working hours are 10-6pm Monday to Friday. The carer must live within a 5-mile radius of Kew bridge / Brentford, TW8 postcode. The pay is between £13-£15 per hour, depending on experience and suitability. Ideally someone who has a car but not an essential requirement. There is a preference for someone who has had their own children, that also understands the dynamic of a cultured family home. Holidays and breaks will be fairly negotiated. If possible to start with 2 weeks notice, post interview and meeting. Role requirements: - Cook meals - Domestic shopping - Maintain hygiene standards - Go for walks in the park - Changing sheets - Washing clothes - Cleaning the house - Setting up entertainment activities - Conversations and good company Please contact us if you are interested in the role by sending your CV with a 50 word introduction about who you are. Looking forward to hearing from you :)
Community Senior Support Worker uk applicants only Job Description immediate start Or clientele is between 16 to 25 years old, we provide support to care leavers within a semi independent unit. Support young people and/or where necessary encourage them to participate in their preferred recreational and leisure activities Offer support on any problems, emotional, social and financially which the young person may have Help young people develop and maintain safe social networks. Ensure that they are aware of all the local community resources available to them. (COVID restriction’s permitted) Ensure that the young people are aware of and are motivated to seek and receive any statutory entitlements Where appropriate encourage young person’s links with family and extended family. Encourage young persons in developing and maintaining training/education/career interests. Maintain accurate written records of all interaction with young persons, These support logs will need to be submitted weekly In conjunction with the Manager, make sure that all development plans is carried out and regularly evaluated. As directed by the Manager, attend any meetings related to the outreach/residential support of the young person To carry out any other responsibilities as required by the Manager. Job Type: full Time 8-7pm Salary: Up to £11.50 per hour Experience: Support Environment: 1 year (Preferred) Location: NVQ Level 3 Health & Social Care (Preferred) Full-time it part time hours Salary: From £10.20 per hour
Min Level 3 in care Preferred experience working with young people Good communicator Good admin skills to do reports Able to use their initiative Creative with activities home based / out of home
The last thing you need is an unreliable recruitment consultant It time for a better staffing solution and we are confident that we can cover every vacant shift in your company because we have a better way of booking and managing workforce. All you need is to save time, set your own rates, fill your vacancies and maintain continuity with our skilled workers: • Healthcare workers (Doctors, nurses, carers and support workers ) • Legal practitioners(paralegals, lawyers, solicitors and barristers) • administrators and accountants or our unskilled workers: • Security workers • domestic workers, • cleaners • ware house operatives Just contact us at CHY LEGAL RESOURCES and tell us the shifts you have and the roles you want us to fill. Then consider your work done.
We are looking for experienced support workers to come on board full time (36 hours per week - 3 days) with opportunity to do overtime upon request. The role: -Provide support to young people whilst at the same time encouraging and promoting their independence -To encourage young people to engage in recreational activities both inside/outside the placement, including sporting activities -To encourage and support young people to attend appointments pertaining to their daily lives and to encourage them too be part of decision making concerning their progress and developmental goals -Support young people to do grocery shopping, prepare meals, budgeting and financial support -Support their emotional and mental well-being. This is important as we provide therapeutic interventions. -Support young people’s readiness to move on and transition to independent living. -To key work and support key workers with updating young people’s records. -Communicate appropriately with young people, taking into account their individual communication needs. -To accurately record all young people's ongoing information which will provide a true reflection of the young person’s time at the placement -Using electronic database to log information pertaining to the young person Responsibility towards management and department personnel. The youth support worker (YSW) must collaborate effectively with other team members to ensure the CGS mission is being achieved through the organisation aims and objectives. To keep abreast with current legislation that may have an impact on their duties and responsibilities. To undertake any training as deemed necessary by CGS Service Manager. To participate in and contribute to professional supervision, and appraisal processes on a regular basis. To proactively seek relevant courses to enhance personal and professional development within the role. To attend all staff meetings, supervision and staff annual appraisals.
Our Mission Changing Generations is dedicated to providing care to Mothers and Babies in our special therapeutic unit. We aim to provide support and care to enable the Mother to become independent and to ensure the baby will receive the best care. We provide high-quality accommodations coupled with key work support to ensure the Mother will develop the life skills and general knowledge to enable them to; manage their finances, maintain their home, understand the benefit system, manage their risks and understand how to keep themselves safe, including what could constitute as a potentially harmful relationship. We support the Mother in education and training to prepare them for work or apprenticeships whilst providing support to help with the development of the baby. We plan and deliver our services to safeguard Mother and Baby and use monitoring systems to support us in making continuous improvements to our service. Qualifications: Level 3 Diploma in the children and young people workforce or Level 3 Diploma in health & social care, or equivalent qualification. Applicants that do not have a level 3 will be required to work towards this qualification and provided with training & support. Safeguarding level 1- 2 Desired but not essential (Safeguarding can be covered in the induction process) The Role – Job descriptions: Main purpose of Job: · To ensure consistent delivery of high-quality services to service users, partner organisations and staff alike in accordance with the policy and procedures of the organisation · To undertake direct work with service users and their unborn child/ baby/ babies living in our 24-hour unit mother and baby shared accommodation which aims to enable them to gain the confidence and skills to live independently as well as supporting them practically and emotionally in their day-to-day lives/ meeting their child needs.
Part-Time Support Worker wanted for disabled postgraduate. Fun job in a family home. Experience is not necessary (training is given). NI no. / references required. I undertake interesting projects and require physical assistance to live an independent, fun, and rewarding life.
We are looking for a caring, patient individual to work with service users that suffer from mental health issues. Typical responsibilities include: - cooking healthy main meals for service users - support clients with medication - must be able to work some sleep-in shifts. Located in Wembley.
You must be enchanced DBS You must reside close to Highgate N6 The Opportunity The work is every school day for both morning and afternoon runs, at an average of between 15 and 36 hours per week. This rewarding role is driving children with a range of Special Educational Needs to and from school. Overall Purpose of Job · Support the transportation of child to school. · To work in an effective, safe, flexible manner. · Be available both am and pm for all school days · position is long-term and part-time Personal Assistant Requirements · Good command of the English language · Been able to liaise between Parents and Schools. · Enhanced DBS criminal record check as you will be working with children, young persons and/or vulnerable adults · You should have a friendly and positive attitude, enjoy working with children and be reliable · Previous experience would be beneficial but not essential · To assist passengers both in getting in and out of the vehicle and for the duration of the journey · To undertake any training as and when required Passenger Assistants are required to be physically fit enough to assist our passengers to and from the vehicle on foot. Further training will be provided for passengers with wheelchairs, epilepsy and anaphylactic needs. Process involved (Important to read, consider and check) A) Enhanced DBS check and two professional references. B) Eligibility to work in the UK. C) First Aid Course. D) Safeguarding Course. E) Passenger Assistant Course.
Residential support workers take care of the well being of children in residential care. As a residential support worker working at Stonelake, the residents are children in care with learning disabilities, mental health problems, addiction issues or other emotional or social needs. Your day-to-day tasks include: • Assessing each resident's needs and progress. • Providing physical care. • Creating a safe and positive living environment. • Setting boundaries for young people's behaviour. • Offering one-to-one counselling or leading group therapy sessions. • Providing leisure and creative opportunities. • Teaching daily living skills such as budgeting, shopping and claiming benefits. • Helping residents to deal with problems and become independent. • Keeping records and writing reports. • Liaising with residents' families. • Working with other health and care professionals (other agencies). With experience, you could have more responsibilities such as supervising and leading a team, and managing a budget. In a full-time job you would typically work 37.5 hours a week, often on a shift rota including weekends, evenings and waking night duties. You may also be on-call at times. Part-time and bank work are also available.
Supporting vulnerable young people with all their support needs. The service provides them with 24/7-staffed accommodation and a support service to ensure they have the opportunity to progress on to full independence. Your role will be to work with the service user to establish an agreed support plan and to encourage the implementing of targets. You will work with the service user to support him/her to put measures in place that will enable them to move on to independence. You will support the service user to develop practical life skills to carry out their daily tasks of taking care of themselves, providing emotional support, and ensuring they are reaching their full potential.
A support worker is someone who looks after the well-being of people in their daily lives. They help people living with different physical disabilities and mental health needs to live their lives more independently and support them to reach their potential by providing both physical and emotional support.
The Role We’re looking for someone who has previous healthcare compliance experience or has a background in either compliance or HR, they must be passionate about compliance and policy procedures. Whilst not being afraid of getting hands-on with the agency workers and working closely with the sales team to produce the most effective turnaround time for the worker’s compliance requirements. This key function of this role is to not only ensure there is transparency and continuity amongst both sales and compliance divisions but to also meet the demands of one of the most demanding sectors – healthcare recruitment. The role will be supporting all agency workers throughout our healthcare division with, onboarding of workers, general upkeep of the agency workers’ compliance requirements, concerns, staying up to date with legislation and other Government changes that affect our industry, governing bodies such as CQC, Frameworks etc training and development of our workers. Key duties and responsibilities: • Onboarding workers and supporting them throughout the registration process to become compliant. • Maintaining working agency workers’ compliance and ensuring all updates are obtained. • Meeting weekly/ monthly targets and KPIs which will include (but are not limited to): • Contact with candidates new and existing • Meeting targets of new workers compliant and onboarded • Minimising candidate’s compliance documents from lapsing • Verifying documents including UK right to work and various training and qualification certificates. • Liaising with our Director to ensure the standard of workers is sufficient, depending on the compliance requirement. • Ensuring cross-department communication regarding all workers and new candidates. • Arranging and carrying out training days for new candidates to ensure they have the necessary skills for the work they will be doing. • Creating/amending compliance processes and procedures to efficiently support the workforce. • Diary manageme