Working in Care

We support Adults who have learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions, acquired brain injury, mental health issues and associated complex health care needs.

As a Support Worker you will help deliver bespoke person centred care set around rehabilitation and re-enablement for our individuals to reach their goals and live a more independent quality of life.

Every individual is encouraged to explore and engage in a weekly programme of activities to include opportunities for education, leisure, social and fun activities. We are passionate to make sure that all of the people we support are able to enjoy their lives and live as independent as possible, so we strive to support skill development.

We provide excellent training to all support workers before starting which includes bespoke training relevant to the service and specialism you will be managing. You will be supported and welcomed by the team, working several shifts shadowing an experienced Senior Support Worker until fully competent and confident in the role.

Why I Became a Support Worker?