Domiciliary Care Roles
Experience of working with a learning disability and a willingness to learn.
The Directors or owners
The Manager or the staff in Charge.
To assist staff in the day to day running of the Home and to maintain high standards of hygiene, cleanliness and service towards those we support, relatives, visitors and other members of staff.
To deliver the managers’ cleaning schedule for the home, ensuring that appropriate cleaning materials are used correctly and reporting changes or concerns to the senior member of staf..
- Report both verbally and in writing on the general condition and cleanliness of the building.
- Maintain a clean and safe environment for those we support and staff.
- Assist other staff in maintaining standards on each shift.
- Make and change beds as directed.
- Assist in the collection of soiled linen and continence products for disposal as “yellow bag” waste.
- Act as chaperon for medical and professional staff as may be required.
- Assist those we support in maintaining their domestic hygiene in their own rooms.
- Report accidents and incidents to the staff in charge.
Care of those we support and the building
- Assist in the care of the building.
- Promote independence and dignity of those we support
- Assist in enabling those we support to live their chosen lifestyle.
- Talk to and listen to those we support
- Report complaints directly to the nurse in charge as soon as they are made.
- Undertake QCF level 2 training in Direct Care / Hospitality if not already qualified, as may be appropriate.
- Undertake such in house and external training which is appropriate to your role and has been identified through a training needs appraisal.
- Maintain confidentiality of information at all times.
- Work within the policies, procedures and guidelines of the Homes’ Quality Management System.
- Any other such duties as may be required to ensure the safe and effective management of infections or other H&S related activity to ensure the continuity of support of those we support.