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Reablement support worker

What you'll be doing

As a Reablement support worker you will:

  • Work either in the community or at one of our Accommodation Based Units
  • Deliver personalised support to the people we visit
  • Provide short-term but intensive support
  • Work with people and their carers to find new ways to do everyday tasks
  • Help to build people’s confidence to regain lost skills and increase their independence
  • Record people’s progress against their goals
  • If you are in the community, use a smart phone to receive details about who you visit, scanning in and out of people’s houses and keeping colleagues up to date
  • Contact other organisations sometimes to help support a person’s goals

We employ people from all employment backgrounds and provide full training, so it is not essential to have experience of working in the care sector.

About you

What you’ll need:

  • To be keen, passionate, helpful and able to show empathy
  • To want to learn new skills
  • A full driving licence and a car available for work if you are working in the community
  • To be able to work flexibly including evenings, weekends and bank holidays
  • To be hardworking and committed to supporting others
  • Good communications skills
  • To be a team player

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