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DutiesKey duties and responsibilities: Support service user for their personal care as well as cleaning in general. Support service user to prepared all their meals including. Support service user for their GP appointments as well as Hospital appointments Help service user to administered medications and support to order new circle. Support service user for their finance audit ,record all finance transaction as well as house shopping in weekly basis. Recorded and documents all daily activity including behavior chartSupporting StatementIn my current role as a learning disability support worker I have gained confidence and experience when supporting an adult who is particularly vulnerable with challenge behavior. On a daily basis I complete a daily diary on a service user’s health and well being, their independence goals and sign medication sheets for any medication administered. I have learnt how to support a service user with challenging behavior to reach their personal goals with a calm and patient approach. I have recently completed a Learning Disabilities Qualification (care certificate ). My care certificate and on going NVQ 2 training has made me aware of how to make risk assessments, work safely and prevent cross contamination infection. My training has also taught me how best to support a service user in a person centred way and help them maintain their individuality and dignity. I have attended and contributed to team meetings and followed an agenda on how best to support a service user and any current issues surrounding their health and well being. The skills and personal qualities I have developed within my role as a support worker include problem solving, being able to listen to service users and their families and allow them to talk freely and openly. I have learnt the ability to work well within a team and the importance of working in partnership with other agencies such as doctors, nurses, social workers and occupational therapists. I’m looking forward to gain more experience whilst on waiting to do NVQ level 3 and gaining a more in depth knowledge of what it means to be a support worker and leading role as well. I am a father of 2 children and being a father has given me great organisational skills which have taught me to manage my time more effectively for whilst raising a family, I am also working as a support worker and attending my NVQ level2 training which I am thoroughly enjoying. I also enjoy spending quality time with my family, reading and socialising when I get the opportunity. I have learnt how to communicate effectively, work within a team; use my own initiative and the ability to manage my time with work, study and family life. With full support I’m receiving from my wife and close family members I know I can give the full commitment and dedication needed for becoming a support worker in your organisation. Over the past few years I have learnt to set myself realistic goals and focus on achieving them one at a time. By doing this I have always been successful such as passing my care certificate, NVQ level 2 and attending my IT course as well. The next step for me is applying to do NVQ level3, in health Care. The part time route course enables me to carry on with my family and work commitments. As an experience support worker I would like to carry on working in a health care setting and developing my skills to help others especially as support worker as well as leading role in the future. In my current role as a learning disability support worker I have gained confidence and experience when supporting an adult who is particularly vulnerable with challenge behaviour. On a daily basis I complete a daily diary on a service user’s health and well being, their independence goals and sign medication sheets for any medication administered. I have learnt how to support a service user with challenging behaviour to reach their personal goals with a calm and patient approach. I have recently completed a Learning Disabilities Qualification (care certificate,NVQ2 ). My care certificate and NVQ2 training has made me aware of how to make risk assessments, work safely and prevent cross contamination infection. My training has also taught me how best to support a service user in a person centred way and help them maintain their individuality and dignity. I have attended and contributed to team meetings and followed an agenda on how best to support a service user and any current issues surrounding their health and well being. The skills and personal qualities I have developed within my role as a support worker include problem solving, being able to listen to service users and their families and allow them to talk freely and openly. I have learnt the ability to work well within a team and the importance of working in partnership with other agencies such as doctors, nurses, social workers and occupational therapists. I’m looking forward to gaining practical experience whilst on NVQ level3 and gaining a more in depth knowledge of what it means to be a support worker and leading role as well. I am a father of 2 children and being a father has given me great organisational skills which have taught me to manage my time more effectively for whilst raising a family, I am also working as a support worker and attending my NVQ level 2 training which I am thoroughly enjoying. I also enjoy spending quality time with my family, reading and socialising when I get the opportunity. I have learnt how to communicate effectively, work within a team; use my own initiative and the ability to manage my time with work, study and family life. With full support I’m receiving from my partner and close family members I know I can give the full commitment and dedication needed for becoming a support worker. Over the past few years I have learnt to set myself realistic goals and focus on achieving them one at a time. By doing this I have always been successful such as passing my care certificate, NVQ level 2 and attending my IT course. The next step for me is applying to NVQ level 3, in Social and health Care. The part time route course enables me to carry on with my family and work commitments. As an experience support worker I would like to carry on working in a social and health care setting and developing my skills to help others especially in leading role.RefereesReferee 1 -Name: Choice support GroupEmail address: [email protected]: Area ManagerCompany/School: Choice SupportAddress: 28 Shenley Pavillions Chalkdell Drive Milton Keynes MK5 6LBContact number: 07912308412Referee 2 -Name: XPO LOGISTICSEmail address: [email protected]: HRCompany/School: XPO LOGISTICSAddress: House of Fraser NDC 1 shaw Close Park F Industrial estate Wellingborough NN8 6BN United KingdomContact number: 07977517208

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