Bradford, West Yorkshire
Up to £10.00 per hour
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Creative Support is a national not-for-profit organisation which provides care and support to people with learning disabilities, autism spectrum conditions, mental health needs, and older people. We have a supported living service in Bradford which provides Supported Living for individuals who have a mental health need, including autism and learning disabilities as secondary diagnosis. Hill Top Cottages is based near Bradford Royal Infirmary.

We are looking for warm, caring individuals to provide person centred support to adults with Mental Health support needs in the Bradford area. Your role will include:

  • Providing practical and emotional support to adults with Mental Health support needs

  • Maximising service user outcomes by promoting independence and social inclusion

  • Encouraging service users to be involved in decisions regarding their care and lives

  • Collaborate with service users, their families and involved professionals to provide a consistent and coordinated service

  • Develop risk management plans in line with MDT and Mental Health Services,

  • Maximise and develop communication plans for services users.

The Supported Living Co-ordinator role require you to lead the team to provide individualised person centred support to people with Mental Health support needs living in their own homes to enable them to enjoy a fulfilling and valued life, to participate in the community and to develop their abilities as fully as possible.

You will have a warm, caring nature, and a commitment to making a positive difference in people’s lives. It is expected that you will work flexibly, including evenings and weekends, to meet the needs of the service.

More about Creative Support
Creative Support

Creative Support is a national, high quality provider of person centred social care services for people with learning disabilities, mental heal... Read more

Posted on: 18 November 2020
Closed date: 18 December 2020
Job ref: 39190
Tags: Social Care/Development, Social Work