Unit 2 – introduction to personal development in Health, Social care or Children’s and Young people’s settings. 1.1 Key Responsibilities:
* To support individuals in their home and in the community. * To support service users to ensure that their physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs are met. * To support the personal development of each service user, ensuring that they are treated as an individual with their own unique support needs. * To ensure that the dignity and individuality of each service user is respected and that they are able to exercise choice in all areas of their life. * Have knowledge and understanding of each individual's support plan and the actions required to achieve positive and meaningful outcomes. . * Support individuals who need assistance with their personal care needs such as dressing, bathing, and continence care. * Support the promotion of their health and wellbeing, encourage a healthy and active life to support all daytime activities including education, therapies, Further activities and social occasions. * Support service users to communicate effectively and make informed Choices. * To work as a part of a staff team in a structured and supportive manner * Attending staff meetings, training, supervision and appraisal meetings when Required by the Manager. * To work flexibly as part of a roster shift pattern including evening, weekend, Sleep in and night shifts where required. * To ensure the safety and support of service users at all times. * To report immediately to the senior on shift / manager any incidence, Suspicion or concern about service users' health and safety, wellbeing or any Matter pertaining to the safeguarding of a vulnerable adult. * To ensure that the service users are protected from abuse by following safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults abuse policies and procedures.
* To follow the support plan for the service user and contribute to setting goals and measuring outcomes to follow the risk assessments and contribute to the development of these. * To support service users with budget planning including accessing the Housing Benefit and other benefits and entitlements, planning the payment of bills, shopping and housekeeping monies. * To work in a supportive and enabling way to ensure that service users maximise their independence. * To use your initiative to problem solve and enable service users to develop and reach their goals and desired outcomes. * To assist service users to keep in contact and develop their network of support with family, friends and involved professionals. * To complete reports and accurately maintain all records as required by the service and communicate effectively with other team members. * To contribute to the overall cleaning of the service and supporting the service users to do so where appropriate. * For those with a full driving licence to drive the company vehicle when required. * Utilise any additional skills you have to enhance the service being offered to the service users. * To assist the service users to go on holiday when required by the Manager * To ensure the service users are supported in maintaining their tenancy, assisting them to address any potential issues with the landlord and to ensure a positive relationship in this regard. * To support the service users to maintain a safe and secure service. * To develop a positive working relationship with the person and build trust and confidence enabling the service user to live life more independently. * To maintain professional boundaries and act as a role model. * To undertake training or attend courses to further your career and professional development. * To work in accordance with the Care Standards Act, health and safety legislation and Voyage Care Group's health and safety policies and procedures. * To understand and work in accordance with Voyage Care Group's...
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