Permanent / Part time / Workington, Cumbria
*Occupational Pursuant to Para 1 Schedule 9 of Equality Act 2010.
This post would ideally suit someone who enjoys the outdoors and has a love of animals. Our client has a keen interest in costal and rural walking, caring for her dog, grooming and riding horses along with cuppas out and a good craic. You will be required to work with a lovely and friendly lady with an acquired brain injury, you will support our client with her mobility and day-to-day living, encouraging her to access the community and support her to participate in hobbies and social activities. You will work in our client’s own home and out in the community on a one-to-one basis.
Duties will include supporting our client with daily living skills, attending appointments, social and leisure activities and following therapy programs set by professionals.
We are committed to the continuous learning and development of all our staff to enable them to realise their potential. All new starters take part in our peer-reviewed induction program through probation, as well as ongoing supervision. We provide bespoke in-house training, as well as sourcing specialised client-specific training.
Some of our training courses include:
We also offer all our staff the following benefits:
“Complex care with heart, humanity and imagination.”
We are a specialist case management and rehabilitation company providing Support Work, Case Management, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Medico Legal services to children and adults across North East England, North West England and Scotland. We are driven to help our clients recover skills lost through complex life-changing conditions, so they can live meaningful, rewarding lives.
|Thursday 22 February 2024
|Upon successful applications.
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