To support the service user to live a dignified and independent life within the community.
This may include a provision of personal, emotional, social and physical support on a guaranteed shift rota (7am-2pm & 4pm-9pm)
To assist the service user in their day to day living within their own home, promoting independence and diversity in their lives in accordance with the service user care plan
To assist service users with personal care, including getting up /going to bed, washing, bathing, dressing/undressing and toileting.
To assist service users with mobility problems and other physical disabilities, including incontinence and help in the use and care of aids and personal equipment
To do light cleaning tasks such as changing beds, tidying rooms, laundry (washing & repairing), empty commodes.
Planning, preparing and serving meals, feed service users who need assistance, wash up tidy away and clean kitchen/dining room
To assist with medication once training has been undertaken and as documented in the service user care plan.
Drivers with full clean driving license preferred but not essential.