To deliver a visiting care at home and housing support service to enable people to live as independently as possible in their own homes (including the provision of personal care, where required, and help to enable people to develop practical household skills).
To provide emotional support, to assist people to take part in activities that matter to them and help them engage with their community to reduce social isolation.
To develop effective relationships with people affected by a range of challenges, support them to cope in difficult times and enable them to live a good life. In doing so, to provide emotional, practical and social support to help people to live as independently as possible and make informed choices in all aspects of their lives.
To develop positive relationships with a range of partners, including the NHS (in the community and in hospitals), social work and voluntary organisations to extend the breadth and quality of support available to the people they work with.
To be part of a team while managing own caseload and being a key worker for some of the people they support.
To take part in regular team meetings and receive regular support and supervision.
To participate in a range of learning and development opportunities to enhance experience and skills and improve the quality of their service.
To utilise technology effectively to help deliver the best possible service to the people they support including to create support plans and risk assessments, record support, monitor outcomes and gather feedback from the people they work with.
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Please note the closing date for applications is Monday 26 August 2019.