2 posts available - Both up to 15 hours per week
At Case Management Cymru we provide highly professional, bespoke case management to adults and children with a range of life-changing conditions/injuries.
We pride ourselves on delivering a specialist service that recognises the uniqueness of every client; all with very different aspirations and challenges.
The ability to drive with use of a car is essential.
We are looking for two warm, outgoing and reliable individuals to support a young man with a severe Traumatic Brain Injury in his own home and within the community.
Our client is easy going and has a very keen interest in diet and fitness. It is very important that his rehabilitation coaches can engage with him on what is important to him, whilst having an enthusiasm for what he enjoys, maximising his independence.
Having excellent communication skills, you will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, supporting with his Neuro-rehabilitation programme whilst maintaining focus on a goal centred approach.
Whilst experience in this area of work is preferred, it is not essential as a full induction and training will be provided.
This role is subject to an Enhanced level DBS check.
- To understand and be mindful of the client’s physical limitations, cognitive deficits, emotional and behavioural needs, and endeavour to accommodate these.
- Adopt a consistent approach with the client in accordance with prescribed methods to compliment the care and therapy aims recommended.
- To provide support to the client’s family whilst maintaining a positive and professional relationship.
- To adhere to and contribute to the personal plan whilst acting in the best interest of the client.
- To demonstrate empathy and understanding in an appropriate and professional manner.
- To assist in all therapeutic interventions as prescribed by and with supervision of MDT, ensuring consistency of recommended strategies in other aspects of daily living.
- To target the client’s specific goal under the direction of the MDT.
- Support in providing structure to the client’s week.
- Support with parenting skills.
- Support with financial and administrative affairs.
- Support with some domestic tasks.
- Support with vocational and leisure activities.
- To work in collaboration with all colleagues including team members, at all times.
- To be aware of significant changes in the clients’ health, functioning or behaviour and liaise with the family and case manager as appropriate.
- To encourage the clients’ independence as far as possible.
- To be aware of the clients’ vulnerability and take necessary steps to protect them.
- Have a high regard for maintaining client confidentiality.
- Respect the confidentiality and the rights of the clients’ family.
- To be fully responsible for the clients’ needs when out in the community, on days out and during activities.
- To ensure all plans, advice and guidelines are followed to meet the needs of the client.
- Actively contribute to supervision sessions, team meetings and training days.
- To ensure all paperwork and records are completed and submitted accurately and on time.
- To organise and manage own time according to delegated workload.