Senior Day Care Apprentice

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Responsible to: Registered Manager or other senior member of staff directed by the

registered manager.

Purpose of Position: To share with other staff in meeting the personal care needs of residents in a way that Respects the dignity of the individual and promotes independence.

To help in the care of the residents’ physical environment and in the general day to day

activities of the Home.

To take delegated responsibilities in the charge of the residents under your care to the

appropriate level.

Principal Responsibilities

Give support and care to the residents whilst maintaining their rights to independence,

privacy, dignity and choice and assist in their daily living.

Assist residents who require help to dress/undress, wash, and bath and use the toilet.

To assist residents with mobility problems and other physical disabilities including the use

and care of aids and personal equipment.

Assist residents who need help with personal hygiene e.g. incontinence.

Assist in the care of residents who are unwell or dying.

Monitor the needs of the residents, informing a senior member of staff on duty of any

emergency situation or concern about their well-being.

Undertake the role of key worker with a group of residents under the supervision of a senior

member of staff

Promote mental and physical activities for residents through the key worker system. Talking

to them, taking them out and sharing with then in activities such as reading, writing, hobbies

and recreations.

Make and change beds, tidy rooms, do light cleaning and empty commodes.

Inspect, launder and mend residents’ clothes where necessary.

Set tables and trays, assist with serving meals, wash up, tidy and clean dining room. Prepare

and serve supper when required. Answer call bells, emergency bells, the door and the telephone:

Receive, record and communicate information and messages in accordance with the Home’s

procedures

Assist residents, relatives and medical professionals with completion and review of plans of

care.

Maintain all residents’ records and give written / verbal reports, whilst ensuring

confidentiality

Take part in staff and residents meetings and also in training activities as required.

Complete Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) diploma in care or the equivalent Attend and participate in regular formal supervision and appraisal sessions

Be aware of and adhere to Greensleeves Homes Trust’s policies and procedures.

At all times be aware of the security of the building in relation to residents and staff safety,

In addition to the duties and responsibilities listed; the job holder is required to perform other

duties assigned by the manager from time to time.


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