Social Worker Adults discharge

Location Worcester
Salary £12.33 - £14.83 per hour
  • To work with adults, using a strength based approach, who may have a wide range of care and support needs and require support to reduce and manage identified risks.
  • To work in partnership and engage other professionals to ensure there is a multi-agency approach which enables the adult and/or their carer to live as independently as possible.
  • To meet statutory requirements including best practice in relation to the principles of the Care Act 2014 and the Mental Capacity Act 2005
  • To fully engage in reflective practice, demonstrating you are an active member of the team.
  • To identify adults and carers who may be at risk and support safeguarding procedures, alongside a qualified social worker
  • To participate in a range of meetings with adults and carers’ and exchange information, participate in decision making, with support,  and review progress.

  • To carry out meaningful conversations which determine eligibility under the Care Act (2014).

  • To engage with adults and their carers using a strengths-based approach to identify available resources to meet their needs (wherever possible).

  • To build to excellent and effective relationships with other agencies and the local community to sign-post when appropriate.

  • To develop creative support plans which focus on the outcomes of adults to promote their independence and ensure Care Act (2014) needs are met in a way which helps to maximise this.

  • To gather and analyse from a variety of sources that will provide an informed judgement for the decisions you make
  • To have an awareness of potential deprivation of liberty and seek management support.
  • To promote the welfare of Children and discuss any safeguarding concerns with the line manager.