Here at Babcock International we’re looking to recruit a Multi-Sensory Worker, to provide individual support to children and young people who have a multi-sensory impairment, are recorded as deafblind, and who may also have secondary conditions. This will be in variety of settings including community, educational and home environments.
You will create strong, positive relationships with young people, supporting children’s emotional wellbeing and ability to build their own resilience as well as take responsibility for the safety, wellbeing, care and supervision of young people.
Further responsibilities include undertaking personal care tasks as required, following appropriate training to assist with feeding, moving and handling, and supporting with medical needs.
You will also make links within educational establishments and community settings to plan activities and support the setting in managing the needs of the individual whilst enhancing and further developing the communication with children and young people who have multi-sensory impairment.
This is a rewarding opportunity for somebody who wants to help children make the most of their early school years.
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