Rehabilitation Support Worker
Posted: January 5, 2022
£12.00 - £15.00 / Hour
The AICS Group specialises in providing community-based rehabilitation and support to clients who have a brain injury.
AICS Group is looking for a Rehabilitation Support Worker to work with our male client who lives in Epping. This role provides immense job satisfaction within a busy and varied environment, working with a range of health and social care professionals.
ABOUT THE ROLE
Our client is a young male student who has a brain injury. He is currently studying for a Law diploma & Open University degree both are online courses. He is passionate about law, especially family law.
He has an established therapy team in place.
He is an intelligent, articulate young man looking for a support worker to join his well-established team.
The team support him with planning to structure his day to incorporate his daily living tasks such as shopping, household tasks, reminding him of appointments and driving him places.
The team also support him to engage in the activities that he enjoys such as visits to London to explore museums and places of interest which he particularly enjoys.
He also enjoys spending time on his x xbox and gaming.
He is an independent young man, and this role does not involve personal care.
AICS Group is looking for a Rehabilitation Support Worker who can work:
Possible regular Sundays
- A minimum of 1 years’ experience in health and social care
- Basic understanding of developmental delay and cognitive impairment
- Basic understanding of Brain Injury, although full training will be provided
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Good IT skills
- Ability to work in a home environment
- Ability to liaise with healthcare professionals
- Ability to implement activities that promote independence.
- Willingness to learn and ability to take on feedback
- Current and clean driving licence (preferred but not essential). Public travel will be free for support worker in the Essex area.
- Experience in providing care to people living within the community.