As a support worker with Dimensions you will be responsible for supporting people with learning disabilities and autism to have a great life. You won’t just care for them; you’ll support them to achieve their goals, and have as much choice and independence as possible; some of the many reasons the role of a support worker can bring enormous job satisfaction.
“If someone told me it isn’t a meaningful role, I would invite them to learn more about it. To be a good support worker, you need to have a kind and caring nature, and also be resilient. It can be hard, but you have a support network, and you can ask for help.” – Ailish Ingham, Assistant Locality Manager & support worker
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