To provide care in accordance with best practice and legislative requirements reflecting policies and procedures and agreed standards under the direction of senior carer/manager.
To support and enable service users to maintain skills and personal interests whilst delivering person - centred care unique to each individual.
To maintain skills at a current level, undertake such training and development as required from time-to-time to maintain and progress knowledge.
Ensure service users are at the heart of care delivery and their wishes and preferences enhance their well-being.
To contribute to the efficient running of the service.
Support service users to maintain their relationship and connections with the local community.
Ensure care plans and other information about how to support service users are followed.
Be responisble for informing the senior carer/Manager of any changes in the needs of the service user.
Be responible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of those indivuals they support.
Develop effective working relationships with other employees withn Eze Care limited.
Work in cooperation with members of the multi-disciplinary teams to maxmise opportunties for service users.
If desired by the service user maintain and develop relationships with family, friends and other people important in their life.
Seek opportunties for personal and professional growth.
Be a role model for other carers and be an ambassador for the service.
Be professional, polite and reasonable at all times.
Knowledge of, and work within, the fundamental standards.
Understand the regulatory framework that governs the service, including the role of CQC and their requirements.
Commit to achieving the relevant qualifications commensurate with the role.
Attend statutory training and any other training as directed by management.
Understand and follow all policies and procedures relevant to the role.
Be open to learning opportunties.
The Croft and Malvern House provide specialist care for vulnerable people with complex or special needs, including challenging behaviour, and functional mental health, also brain injury, physical disability, and learning difficulties and autism, to facilitate their independence and prevent relapse and also hospitalisation in a cost effective way