Up to £14.00 Gross per Hour. Caring, fun and proactive support worker (s) positions available on a home care team providing support to a lovely little 4-year-old girl with cerebral palsy. Permanent contract.
Title: Support Worker | SG13
Location: Hertford Heath, Hertfordshire, SG13
Nearest Tube/Station: Hertford Heath
Wage: £12.50 Weekdays | £13.00 Saturdays | £14.00 Sundays | Gross per Hour
Driver required? Not applicable
Use of a car? Not applicable
Essential: Previous experience working with children with additional needs
Start Date: ASAP
Days & Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 3.30pm to 7.30pm. Possibility for one waking night shift per week. Additional hours available during school holidays.
Family/Client Pets: Yes, cat.
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About this client/child:
Lily is an adorable, bright and sociable 4-year-old fun-loving little girl. Lily lives at home with her Mummy and sister, she attends a specialist school and requires support with her afterschool routine. Lily has cerebral palsy which affects her four limbs and her verbal communication, she has epilepsy, dystonia and a PEG in situ. Lily is a busy bee, she loves to be involved in all activities both at home and out in the community.
Overview of role:
Assisting with all aspects of Lily’s care plan, supporting her afterschool and working alongside Mum or sole charge assisting with all activities of daily living. Implement physiotherapy programmes, create fun, stimulating and educational games to support her developmental skills, encourage and motivate, and support her in achieving her targets and goals. Training is provided in all areas of care including; personal care, using specialist equipment and PEG feeding.
Who this job would suit:
A fun, creative and personable support worker who wants to see Lily flourish and live a fulfilling life. Lily has lots of potential, she is very determined and needs her team of support workers to continually promote her independence and want to see her flourish.
What’s great about this job:
Excellent training opportunities, you’ll become part of a great support team, Lily and her family are a pleasure to work with. This will be a fantastic role, both rewarding and fun.
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