Craegmoor has services across England, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland, all providing innovative, creative support enabling people with mental health problems, autism and learning disabilities to live the lives they want and have the opportunities they deserve.
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Eastleigh House supports 10 people who have been diagnosed with Autism and associated disabilities. We aim to enable everyone to make their own choices about the support they receive. We do everything we can to improve the health and wellbeing of the individuals we support and as a team we are focused on building positive outcomes for everyone.
Eastleigh House is a specialist service that supports people who have been diagnosed with Autism. Individuals have varying levels of Autism and are all supported by experienced staff, who enable their physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs to be met.
The support at Eastleigh House is delivered by a dedicated Team of staff, who are committed to providing quality support. Each person has a Person Centred Plan, which they help design and each plan is specifically designed to reflect his or her personal needs and choices. Each person is assigned a key worker who ensures a holistic approach to their support.
You will support people to maintain a home of their own and to lead rich and fulfilled lives as valued and contributing members of their community.
As a Waking Night Support Worker you will be a key member of our team, providing high standards of person-centred support and care to our service users. Through a creative and caring approach, you will build good relationships with both service users and their families, supporting service users in the planning of goals and in living as independently as possible.
Both personal care and participation in activities are key tasks for the role, so energy and initiative is vital; experience however is not essential, providing you have a willingness to learn and the compassion and patience needed to support. The role will involve providing all aspect of care to Adults with ASC in a residential setting.
You will follow a 2 weekly rolling rota which includes working every other weekend.
Enhanced rate of pay for bank holidays, 5.6 weeks annual leave a year.
Opportunity to attain professional level qualification and undertake a comprehensive training package.
All roles will be subject to a successful disclosure at an appropriate level from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), Access NI or Disclosure Scotland. We are an equal opportunities employer.