care assistant pushing someone in a wheelchair

Support Worker

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​Our support workers are supportive people. And we wouldn’t be the first to say it either.

You make people feel good. You’re there for them when they need you, and you do it with a smile on your face. If that’s you, then we’re already big fans.

What’s involved?

You’ll support people with lots of different needs such as learning disabilities, autism, ABI and mental health. You’ll support people to flourish in a place they call home. We support people to be ambitious and live a filled life.

Getting creative

Our approach is all about activities and co-production with the people we support. It might be cooking one day and gardening the next. Or creating some art or listening to music. We like to get out and about too– with movie nights at the cinema, food outings, or shopping and a coffee. There are sports fans who you’d take to bowling or to watch a team.

There is of course practical support too and helping people to reach their goals in smaller ways. You’d manage medication, shopping, health needs and hygiene as well as keep things tidy and safe.

Very few jobs have such an impact on people’s lives. And being the supportive human being you are, you’re ideally cut out to join us.