Westminster Homecare has been providing support to people with learning disabilities since 1995, and whether supporting you in your own home or in supported accommodation, we recognise that everyone’s support needs are different. It is our ethos to understand an individual’s strengths and abilities and adapt our service accordingly, providing enabling support that develops independence and promotes involvement in day-to-day activities.
We have specialist teams for learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental-ill health; their expertise and experience is available across all of our services. We have considerable experience of supporting individuals with:
Drug and alcohol dependency
We also have experience in supporting individuals with greater abilities, who may only require a few hours support per week.
With a long standing reputation for delivering and providing expert services, Westminster Homecare is fully involved in advocating and championing rights for people with learning disabilities. Our care practitioners are highly trained and have an extensive knowledge of many different areas of learning disability. These include: behaviours that challenge; autistic spectrum disorders; complex health needs; communication difficulties; sensory impairment.
Recognising the above, we work in partnership with our specialist learning disability branch in Cambridgeshire called ILN East. Click here for more information – www.iln-east.co.uk
Our most commonly requested services are:
Assistance with reading, writing and correspondence
Medication support and management
Support to access the local community
Support with financial affairs
Support with tasks within the home
Support to seek meaningful employment oppurtunities
Support with planning, shopping for and preparing meals
If you would like more information about our learning disability services, please contact your local branch who will be happy to assist.
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• To work flexible hours?
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• To have good career prospects?
Join Westminster Homecare
Working in care is a popular career choice, as you can make a direct and immediate difference to the lives of others.
Joining Westminster Homecare will open the door to a challenging but rewarding career that offers immense job satisfaction.
We are always looking for highly motivated, compassionate and dedicated individuals to join our team; the calibre of our Care Workers is essential to the quality of the support we provide.
We value our staff and are committed to providing excellent opportunities through ongoing training and development and internal career progression.
As a Care Worker, you will undertake one of the most important jobs in the community today; your duties may range from light domestic tasks to full personal care – by helping our Customers to carry out everyday tasks you make a big difference to their lives. Additionally, to enable our Customers to maintain their independence, you may be required to assist them to undertake activities that allow them to retain community links such as accompanying them to the shops or on days out.
Although routine is very important to our Customers, you’ll often find that no two days are the same.
We work hard to ensure that you see the same Customers regularly, providing continuity and allowing you to build up a good working relationship. We also try to match likeminded Care Workers and Customers so that your job becomes as enjoyable and rewarding as possible.
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Westminster Homecare initially began delivering personalised care and support to people of all ages and abilities in 1999, through a small care team based in Norwich.
Today, we provide over 2.7 million hours of support each year to over 8000 people through a network of 25 branches located in North, East and South East London, Essex, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Gloucestershire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and West Sussex; working in partnership with some 30 Contracting Authorities.
With a team of over 3,000 compassionate, dedicated and highly skilled Care Workers, we enable those we support to continue living independently in their own homes.
We provide a broad range of support services, including:
• Personal Care (Bathing, moving, dressing, feeding, medication management, incontinence management)
• Social Support (shopping, cooking, light domestic, companionship)
• Dementia Care
• Home from Hospital / Reablement
• ‘Live-In’ care and support
• Waking / Sleeping Night services
• End of Life Care
Supporting older people, adults, children, and families in the following groups:
• Personal Care
• Physical Disabilities
• Learning Disabilities
• Sensory impairment
We recognise that everyone is unique, with their own individual needs, choices and aspirations for the future. Our support is therefore designed to offer a personalised solution to those wishing to maintain and/or improve their independence, and receive a tailored service that meets their specific requirements.
Our home support services are available to everyone, whether government funded and commissioned through a Local Authority, through Direct Payments or purchased privately by individuals needing support. Whichever funding option is utilised, Westminster Homecare will only deliver the very highest standards of care and support that improve quality of life and enable people to live with dignity, choice and independence in the comfort of their own homes. – less