Brain Injury Support Worker, Hackney
12 hour shifts 8am - 8pm
Pay rate £11.85 per hour
SweetTree Home Care Services has been committed to providing exceptional support and community-based services for people with acquired brain injuries and long-term neurological conditions for 20 years.
We currently have opportunities for dynamic support workers to develop their skills and experience by supporting our client who lives in Hackney, East London and has sustained a brain injury through a road traffic accident. Our client requires support to assist him with his rehabilitation programme and to settle back into his home.
Shifts available are Monday - Sunday 8am - 8pm
Key Support Worker Tasks include:
- Support the client to undertake their rehabilitation programme
- Support with day-to-day tasks such as budgeting, managing appointments and assisting with correspondence
- Support with activities of daily living & personal care
- Support with attending social and sport opportunities
The support worker role can be quite a challenging environment so skills such as a positive attitude, compassion, resilience and passion to make a difference are key. You will be supported by our extensively experienced office team and multidisciplinary therapists.
Why SweetTree? We offer:
Minimum 4-hour shift with clients
Pay rates from £11.85 per hour
Comprehensive Pre-Employment Assessment Programme
Internal awards, a recognition scheme and Long Service Awards
£200 Friend Referral Scheme
28 days paid holiday including Bank holidays
DBS Certificate fully refunded once you have worked 80 hours
Contributory Pension Scheme
Career development pathways through our Care Training Academy
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