Residential Care workers support the client in their daily living activities, life skills and personal growth. They work as part of an interdisciplinary team with a focus on client-centred practice, enabling them to heal from past trauma. Daily tasks may include cooking, cleaning, organising appointments, activities, homework and supporting them in general wellbeing. Residential care workers provide 24-hour care in staggered shifts.
How to Support and Lead Colleagues in Case Management Practice Case Management Practice is described in terms of its tasks which include, the assessment of needs; the planning of appropriate […]
If you’re looking for a meaningful, rewarding career and want to make a genuine difference to people’s lives, then a career in community services might be just up your alley! […]
A number of students ask us what it is like to work in the community services sector, there is no easy answer as it is such a diverse sector that […]