Support Worker (Former Employee) – Strood, Kent – 1 August 2018
a typical day at work: always working with challenging behaviours what I learnt; a few things, how much befriending clients can benefit not only the clients themselves but the support worker and how those working with clients with mental health etc learn not to judge people from the outside but see whats on the inside. management: I found the management fine, supportive. the hardest part of the job: the paperwork during incidents with the clients if and when challenging behaviour occurred The most enjoyable part was knowing you was supporting and helping clients with their day to day lives and going home knowing you made a difference.
Support Worker (Former Employee) – Faversham, Kent – 16 June 2018
Manager was a bully. Dismissed for answering a question about my aunt who lives in supported living within the trust but not supported by me. she was financially abused and by answering a question that was public knowledge they deemed it as breaking confidentiality. Manager was friends with the woman who stole from my aunt
Individual support worker (Current Employee) – Medway, Kent – 27 April 2018
Great company rewarding job , charity run organisation , helping and supporting people with autism and learning difficulties helping them lead a normal life , great team to work with , good training provided and opportunities to better oneself with training and courses
Caring, proactive, supportive, enviroment for staff and people supported
Registered Manager (Current Employee) – Ashford – 1 September 2016
Working with great team members, who have many years of knowledge and experience, is key to good outcomes for both individuals supported and the staff who you work along side. Been with this company for over 5 years and can defently say it's one of the better company's to work for. Variety of work and support. Working with individuals assisting them to have good quality of life and experiences. Having a sense of achievement with your work :)
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Faversham – 1 September 2016
I have worked with the trust for four years. I started as a support worker and am now a team leader. Working with the trust has so many benefits, and the work is rewarding, fun and invigorating. The trust takes very good care of its staff as it believes happy staff will provide the best support. I can't imagine working in the care industry with any other service provider.
day activities co-ordinator (Former Employee) – Rochester, ENG – 20 February 2014
very rewarding and lots of fun. I learnt a lot in this job, sign language and first aid skills. I had a lot of responsibilities and always needing to be alert working with these individuals which requires a lot of common sense and being able to think for yourself sharply if other team members are not about.