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Our staff are specifically trained to deliver care to children and adults with behavioural, learning and physical disabilities or complex needs of which some may be ventilator dependent.

Our assessments are carried out by trained staff with the relevant medical or education training to identify the clinical and social requirements for care needed to support an individual child, young person or family’s lifestyle. 

Our Care workers provide direct care of the highest quality to all our clients. They are caring, compassionate and provide care in a respectful and dignified way.  It is our priority that our carers are familiar with the individuals they care for and offer a reliable service whilst providing continuity of care.

All our staff have been employed because of their caring approach whilst having the necessary experience, skills and training to deliver high quality care.

All staff receive a comprehensive induction and training programme and receive further on going training, appraisal, supervision and support.

All our care workers either already have a Level 2 or 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care, have similar or higher level qualifications or are committed to studying towards this.  Some care workers have other associated medical qualifications (Nursing, Occupational Therapy.)  All staff have received an enhanced DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) Certificate, had reference and background checks in order that we are satisfied as we can be that they are suitable to work with vulnerable people.  

We are currently offering Care Workers who are able to work within schools providing Specialist Educational Support (similar to a non teaching assistant.)

 

 

Our expertly trained carers are supported at all times by a multi-disciplinary support team.

The team includes;

General Trained Nurses (RGN)

Children Trained Nurses (RSCN)

Nurses with specific specialist training and experience for example in the areas of continence, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Family Therapy, Counselling and Palliative care.

Physiotherapist qualified in Moving and handling

Qualified teacher of children with additional need and complex needs. Special educational needs Coordinator.

Qualified first aid trainer registered by the Health and Safety Executive.