We currently have fantastic opportunities for Care Assistants or Support Workers who are experienced in working with the elderly, with disabled adults, people with Dementia or people who have suffered a brain injury, in and around the London area.Find out more
As a support worker, you will be responsible for supporting people with their goals based within their home environments or local community. Activities of support vary from daily living skills, personal care, travel escorts, teaching of independent life skills to assistance with accessing community based activities such as going to college, swimming, work placements and other social and leisure activities. Successful candidates must have a minimum 6 months of experience supporting young adults with Learning Disabilities, Autism or complex behavioural needsFind out more
We currently have opportunities for care assistants who are experienced in working with people with Dementia, in and around the London area, supporting our client’s day to day needs and enabling them to remain as independent as possible in their own homes. Our care assistants provide a range of tasks from companionship, help in domestic tasks such as cooking & shopping. In addition there will also be some personal care support, for example; assistance getting in and out of bed, dressing and washing. Successful candidates must have at least six months previous experience in the care sector particularly working with people with Dementia. Candidates should be warm, friendly individuals who are motivated to enhance the lives of others.Find out more
We currently have opportunities for carers who are experienced in working with the elderly or with disabled adults in and around the London area.
Our care assistants provide a range of tasks from companionship, help in domestic tasks such as cooking & shopping and in addition there may also be some personal care support, for example; assistance getting in and out of bed, dressing and washing.Find out more
We currently have opportunities for support workers to work with clients who have sustained a brain injury (either through accident or through illness) and want to get their lives back on track. Successful candidates will have the ability to plan, motivate, use their initiative, be patient, creative and be non-judgmental. You will be supported by our experienced office team and multidisciplinary therapists. All successful candidates will be required to complete our comprehensive induction and training programme and have a minimum 6 months experience in health care, ideally working with people with acquired/traumatic brain injury or long term neurological conditions.Find out more