Care and Support Worker Reablement

Location North Yorkshire
Salary £12 per hour
Discipline
As a Care & Support Worker - Reablement you will work in a range of settings, including resource and day centres, but your main focus will be on work in the community making best use of existing mainstream services and resources including the voluntary sector to encourage social inclusion and help adults and carers achieve their personal goals and lead rich fulfilling lives.


*Reablement is about working with the adult or carers to regain skills and confidence in particular tasks or activities of daily living.  At times it also requires the provision of personal care along with reablement tasks.
 
Your work with the adult or carer will be as part of a multi-disciplinary team from a number of different services and sectors. You will work in ways which are consistent with the key aims of Valuing People Now, including maintaining dignity, respect and human rights.  You will work in accordance with legislation, and Directorate policy and procedures, agreed quality standards and individual care plans/service plans. 


In line with the requirements of the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) Skills for Care Common Induction Standards (CIS) to ensure that all staff have undergone thorough training and development before they can safely work unsupervised.  People starting a new role or those who are new to the social care sector will complete the CIS within 12 weeks of starting their new role. Your line manager has the responsibility for assessing you and signing off these standards. 


The Independence, reablement and recovery service will be a generic adult social care team and will provide services to adults with care and support needs and carers, these may include people with a learning disability, autism, older people and people with physical disabilities.  Sensory services will maintain a specific specialism within Care and Support.

This service is a 7 day service and operational hours will be 7am to 10pm. You will be  required to work evenings and weekends as part of 7 day service