The overall purpose of this role is to provide specialist targeted support to individuals including male, female, non-binary and self-identified individuals and couples from LGBTQ+ and BAME groups, fathers with their children and for women with older boys in our specialist refuge/safe space. As well as carrying a caseload you will offer support to colleagues across this area and share vacancies ensuring access to the refuge from partner agencies.
Advice Portsmouth is an award winning, independent, free advice service which assists over 14,000 people walking through the doors every year. Advice is provided across all social welfare matters and the advisor is a specialist in at least one area of debt, welfare benefits, housing, employment or immigration law.
This is an exciting role for an experienced practitioner who wants to develop their skills by providing specialist and targeted support to individuals and families with diverse and complex needs. You will be able to identify and engage with groups such as rural populations, older people, BAMER and LGBTQ+ communities and other isolated groups highlighted through the development of this project.
This is a great opportunity for the right person to co-ordinate the provision of enhanced security at the home of individuals who have experienced Domestic Abuse. Working within the Integrated Domestic Abuse Team, the post holder will be responsible for the surveying of property, engaging external contractors to complete identified works and ensuring the completed works meets the agreed specifications. The skilled and experienced post holder will work across the county linking with DVA workers to carry out safety planning and complete risk assessments, offering tailored support, assistance and advice.
As a support worker you will provide proactive “in-reach” support to people living in refuge and outreach, move on and resettlement support, providing a flexible, trauma informed, client centred risk led service. Workers lead on assessments, facilitate drop ins, develop a range of parenting support interventions, lead on and arrange campaigns and awareness raising events and design, develop and facilitate group work in accommodation and community settings.
The SPOC Partner will support the wider team with the delivery of the project and carry out allocated tasks such as attending court, co-facilitating groups and supporting clients to refuge accommodation as directed. The SPOC Partner will also support the delivery of the integrated service and be the first point of contact for clients, professionals and others via the SPOC phone and email.
As a Support Worker you will be assisting people with a learning disability in their own home, and in the community to live the life they want. You will provide safe, person centred support, promote independent living skills and help make clients’ hopes and aspirations a reality.
The Dorset First Point IPS Service enables people to maintain their independence, health and well-being in their home and community through innovative, co-produced, asset based interventions. Our positive outcomes are achieved by providing expert services supporting people to remain independent, healthy, safe and prosperous, whilst giving people the greatest possible control over their lives.
Support Worker Learning Disabilities Full or Part Time hours. (Minimum 24 hours) Salary: £25,462pa To start: as soon as possible YOU is a registered charity that provides care, support and advice to vulnerable people across Hampshire and Dorset, giving them […]
The essence of this role is listening to and understanding the people we work with, providing support and encouragement. Enabling our clients to carry out tasks that help them to live their daily lives, and supporting them to make life choices, achieve independence, and to accomplish their ambitions. Your working day could be very varied depending on the service you are based at and may include supporting clients with their cooking and meal planning, going on shopping trips, undertaking some personal care as needed, aiding them to access the community as they’d like including going out for a cuppa or for dinner, attending social events and activities with clients and even going to the cinema or a theatre show or two!