Residential Support Worker (Former Employee) – Warrington, Cheshire – 17 October 2017
Making space has continued to grow within the mental health setting. It’s provision of care is exemplary and it always strives to provide excellent working conditions as well as maintaining the care of adults suffering with enduring mental health issues.
part of my voluntary work, I assist (Current Employee) – Derbyshire – 24 August 2017
visting a paerson living with dementia in theri home, and facilitating creative stimulation and companionship. patience managing my timetable the majoty of my clienta where at end of lif, and it was sad when they passed away. not geting too atached to the client
Befriender (Former Employee) – Sheffield – 10 May 2017
Great experience. I volunteered as a Befriender, managing my time around my studies to aid people with mental health problems and helping them with day-to-day care. This gave me the opportunity to interact with people and learn more about their struggles on a personal level, by visiting them in their homes and also aiding them and other carers on outings and day trips. While I was doing this, I was able to work alongside professionals and gain real experience and advice while in a practical work place environment. Full training given, including becoming a ‘Dementia Friend’ and Safeguarding
good work place for gaining experience & the best of training.
Tenancy Support Worker (Current Employee) – Rochdale, Greater Manchester – 5 January 2017
everyday is different. I have learned a lot about different diagnosis in mental health, about service users as individuals, about all other services in & around Rochdale. I have learned a lot about myself & abilities to do my job role well. lone working can prove to be difficult with occasional work overload hands on & paperwork. I have a very good relationship with all my tenants which makes everyday worth it.
Volunteer Befriender (Former Employee) – Middleton – 8 December 2016
staff were lovely and friendly, training was helpful. i found it useful as a volunteer here as my first volunteering experience- it got me out there are gave me confidence to do more and also go on to become a nurse working with similar people, good experience as a starter for this type of work.
Employment Advisor , mental health (Former Employee) – Stafford – 14 November 2016
I worked at making space as an Employment Advisor , from day one l was told that l must follow protocol or they will let me go . I got it the first time , but when it got to everyday l realised the management were dictorial and bullies . After a week and not even out in field yet , l had enough of their attitude . I resigned within 8 days .
Support Worker (Current Employee) – Wigan – 15 June 2016
I start work at 7am and work till sometime 6pm or 11pm with a 1hours break in that my co-workers are very good, The management are ok but need to get more staff as we are working till late at night I love my job and looking after the service users,
Former employee (Former Employee) – North West. – 4 May 2016
No real support, ineffective management who take no responsibility for the effects of their lack of support, dreadful bullying behaviour from senior staff and managers and support given to colleagues who are allowed to cherry pick what they want to do leaving all other work to be picked up by their overburdened workmates. Truly poor, avoid.
Mental Health Support Worker (Current Employee) – Chorley, ENG – 28 December 2015
A progressive and truly *person-centered* support company. It's been an absolute pleasure to work for Making Space. Most enjoyable aspect of the job? - working with a dynamic and flexible team of colleagues who share the desire to deliver the best level of care in which we can achieve.
support worker (Former Employee) – Making space Liverpool – 21 December 2015
Confidentuality is breeched alot which I feel that is un necessary when staff members are suspended. Ridious when other members of staff are in the know before the actual person. More worried about files being upto date than the individuals whom they are ment to support.