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SALISBURY

Wiltshire

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Autonomy Care supports you in the community and in your own home regardless of your level of support needs. 

At Autonomy Care Salisbury we offer a wide variety of care options supporting children up to senior citizens, ranging from complex learning or physical disabilities, mental health, palliative care or a hospital discharge, to assisting with essential daily life skills such as shopping. We offer round the clock support with an out-of-hours on call system in place.

We pride ourselves in offering a good flexible quality service tailored to be as unique as each of our clients. Our support is designed to promote dignity, respect and independence at all times that allows our clients to remain at home for as long as possible with no task being too big or small. We constantly monitor and review our clients care needs to promote positive outcomes and development, which also provides reassurance to extended family members. We pride ourselves in providing home care support that our clients feel confident in.

Our staff are fully trained with ongoing training and support. Our dedicated team of care workers help us to promote a culture for positive attitudes with strong values, morals, goals, and core values. We feel this is crucial to ensure that our clients feel safe and confident in our care and most of all can trust us to look after them well.

"I have found Leanne and her team at Autonomy so kind, helpful, understanding and most of all have empathy. Nothing is too much trouble and Dad has improved tremendously since being cared for."

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Our services include:

  • A full free consultation within your home to assess and produce a person-centred care plan which enables people to remain independent at home for as long as possible
  • Support with home care to include personal care, companionship, home help and food/meal preparation
  • Dementia care, complex care, challenging behaviour and mental health
  • Ongoing client assessments and reviews to ensure a very responsive quality service
  • Person specific activities to encourage and promote independence
  • Positive behaviour support for complex behaviours
  • We promote partnership working to maximise independence

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Our support workers do so much in the community and it’s lovely to see photos of them enjoying downtime outside of work.

This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a brand new team providing support to a person with complex needs and challenging behaviours.

Please note this service user is based in Westbury, Wiltshire.

The role of waking night is 2:1 with responsibilities around the safeguarding of the person, ensuring paperwork is completed and associated tasks overnight, this will be ensuring that laundry is completed, domestic chores in the home, prepping of meals if this is necessary for then next day.

How to Apply:
Please click the ‘apply’ button to express your interest in this role or call Amanda or Zoe on 01225 613010 for an informal discussion / application form.

You can also apply via our website here: www.autonomygroup.net/support-worker-challenging-behaviour-waking-nights/
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Location and contacts

Autonomy Care Limited, Office G11, Mills House, Mills Way, Boscombe Down Business Park, Amesbury, Wiltshire, SP4 7RX
Tel: 01980 623382 email: enquiries@autonomygroup.net 

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    Meet the Manager: Leanne Myers

    Leanne is thrilled to be joining the Autonomy Care Group and believes that the company’s ethos matches her desire to manage a team of dedicated and committed staff in providing high quality care. 
    She came from a background in Business and Administration before joining the care sector. Her hard work and dedication helped her move forwards with her career as a carer to obtaining her Level 5 in Leadership and Management in 2018. 
    Leanne is a qualified Health and Social care professional and has been within the care industry for approx 20 years. 
    Leanne has an amazing supportive family, husband and 2 daughters, and her old tyme bulldog Mr Biggs.
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