Learning and Disability/Autism Nurse - London.
Pulse Community Healthcare has a brilliant opportunity for an experienced Learning and Disability/Autism Nurse within London. You will be working in the community and setting up specialist care packages for people with learning and disability/autism complex care needs. You will be passionate about supporting your clients in the transforming of care agenda and have a solid understanding of Positive Behavioural Support approaches.
Why Work for Pulse Community Healthcare?
- 25 days holiday
- Rewarding benefits package
Autonomy in your role
- Manage your own diary and caseload
- Access to our exclusive revalidation platform
- Ongoing support, training and development
- We pay for your NMC pin renewal
As our Learning and Disability/Autism Nurse, you will be predominately be home based and be able to travel across The Midlands. You will be working alongside the Head of Learning and Disability. You be responsible for setting up teams who will provide specialist packages of care for our clients, who have a diagnosis of learning disabilities and/ or autism complex needs. The care plans may formulate the transforming care agenda, where you can support clients leaving the hospital environment and getting them back into their own close communities.
You will have the autonomy to manage your own diary, in overseeing all clinical aspects of the care provisions for your clients. You will build good relationships with your clients and their families and ensure all support staff are able to perform specific clinical interventions through training, team meetings and competency sign off - all within our clinical framework:
You will ensure
Ensuring implementation of the 6 Cs
- Managing own clinical caseload of clients
Undertaking comprehensive clinical risk assessments
- Producing and implementing care plans
- Reviewing and monitoring clinical aspects of care packages
- Managing client’s clinical needs and maintaining relationships
- Liaising with other healthcare professionals within the clients’ MDT
Completing support workers assessments
- Maintaining best practise and promoting independence
- Facilitating and educating carers within packages; including compliance
- Developing client specific training and compliance
- Working as part of the on call team.
You will be a Registered General Nurse (Valid NMC PIN essential) with good experience within a Learning Disability /Autism environment. Ideally, you will already have experience of working in a range of settings, for example; working in the community or forensic settings. You will need to have good knowledge of Positive Behavioural Support approaches within the community. You will be passionate about delivering the highest standard of clinical care, whilst also promoting choice and independence
Pulse Community Healthcare was launched to deliver highly complex person-centred care packages to enable individuals to live within their own homes and communities for as long and as independently as possible.
Our local presence means we understand local communities and this has been hugely beneficial for our clients. You can be confident too that our quality assurance and clinical governance procedures are robust and not only meet, but exceed UK legal requirements.
A car driver and owner is essential due to this role being predominantly community based
ICS Group is an equal opportunities employer
For more information on this excellent opportunity within Manchester or to apply for this role please contact Laura Gee at Pulse Community Healthcare or follow the link below.
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