At Independence Homes, we do things differently. Our organisation was built on the belief that independent minds deserve independent lives – no matter what stands in the way. After 20 years, we have grown to become a team of over 400 experts who are experienced in caring for people with a huge range of physical and neurological conditions.
Our reputation is built on exceptional care and support. We are exceptionally pleased that for our last CQC inspection, we received the overall rating of outstanding across all nine of our domiciliary services.
Our straightforward approach to complex matters has made us drivers of change in the care industry. Every day each one of the 130 plus service users challenge stereotypes and break down existing perceptions of what it’s like to live with a disability.
Since we began in 1997, we have grown to become the best at what we do through investing in our people. By nurturing and rewarding their hard work and dedication, we keep providing consistent, high-quality care to those who need it most.
Support Workers at Independence Homes provide all service users with the highest standards of care and support. Ensuring service users are treated with respect, dignity and in a way that enables and promotes their independence as individuals. Ensuring Independence Homes' policies and procedures are adhered to and requirements of the Care Quality Commission are met. Support workers will also be responsible for ensuring service users’ needs are met through ad-hoc shift leading and mentoring less experienced employees through on-the-job training.
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