You will be an experienced support planner, managing referrals and working in partnership with service users, parents and carers, outside agencies and the organisation to develop, discuss and agree a costed, tailor made package of support and activities, including a timescale for delivery.
The working hours are Monday - Friday with some evening and occasional weekend work. Flexibility is required to meet with service users/carers/parents to conduct the support planning process.
Ideally you will have;
NVQ Level 4 in Health & Social Care
English & Mathematics GCSE or equivalent
Minimum 2 years paid or voluntary experience working with children/adults with learning/physical disabilities and/or sensory impairment/autistic spectrum conditions.
Have the ability to undertake assessments of needs and risk and formulate support plans and risk management strategies.
- Support Planner
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