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Learning Disabilities Support worker
To enable service users with individual needs to improve their quality of life and be part of their communities. To promote independence, wellbeing, rights, responsibilities and choice among service users. To provide day to day care and support to enable the individuals who use these services to live as independently as they wish.
Supporting 1 female service user with complex needs, soon to be moving into the service.
We have a mixture or fulltime ad part time hours – Full time (37 hours or 45 hours) and part time positions available working on rota. (candidates need to be fully flexible to work all shifts including nights, weekends, bank holidays)
Contributing to the continuous improvement of the service.
Service Users (Personal care)
To proactively deliver a high quality/person centred service provision that meets the needs of service users by:
Supporting individuals with their personal care, which may include skin care, bathing or showering, shaving, oral care, intimate care and continence (including management of bladder and bowels), dressing/undressing and hair care.