Devoted to being there for residents when their families or friends can’t, our compassionate care team provides support, friendship and the highest standards of personal care to ensure our residents feel at home and are living their best possible life with us. Explore the different care roles we offer below.
It doesn't matter if you're new to healthcare or you've already got experience. We know that people from all walks of life can become the very best carers. What's most important are your personal qualities and commitment to the role, as we'll provide all the training and support you need.
Our Care Practitioners have a genuine passion for people and the desire to ensure our residents live their best lives by being dedicated, thoughtful and reliable. No two days are the same, and a Care Practitioner will support with a range of care needs, taking time to make sure people retain dignity, respect and privacy.
The role of Support Practitioner is extremely varied, but it's an opportunity that allows your personal qualities to shine. Whether it's completely new to you or you're experienced, we'll provide all the training and support you need to make it a real success.
Support Practitioners are involved with various aspects of our adult specialist mental health care homes, encouraging independence and individuality to ensure that in every single way our residents receive the highest quality experiences and support possible.
Our Senior Care Practitioners play an important role in the running of our homes. They are responsible for supporting residents and supervising the care team, taking time to ensure the people we care for to have a good quality of life, dignity and respect.
Senior Care Practitioners ensure residents’ health care needs are met at all times with comprehensive, individual and detailed care plans, dispensing medication and maintaining records. You'll need Level 3 in Health and Social Care (or working towards it) to take on this opportunity, and many of our existing Care Practitioners progress to a senior position with training and apprenticeships provided by us.
If you join us as a Senior Support Practitioner, you'll take on a vital role in one of our adult specialist mental health care homes. You'll have a proactive approach to encouraging independence and individuality, and you will be responsible for dispensing medication and keeping records up to date.
You will also need a Level 3 in Health and Social Care (or working towards it). Many of our Support Practitioners choose to go on to this senior position, and we will help with the next stage of their career by providing relevant training and apprenticeships.