We value the skills and expertise of our staff and expertise of our staff by continuing their professional development, with an emphasis on learning disability and mental illness, and providing sipper to achieve nationally recognised qualifications. All our support staff have either achieved a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) to a minimum of level 2 or are working towards the Diplomas in Health and Social Care.
We are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to providing equal opportunities for our residents and employees. All our residents and expect to be treated with respect, dignity and sensitivity irrespective of their age, gender, race, belief, culture and disability.
We are an experienced provider of supporting people with more complex needs, including those with profound and multiple learning disabilities. All team members complete their own comprehensive, in house induction training programme, designed to establish and enhance their knowledge of our organisation, it's roles and responsibilities, mandatory training also, covers key aspects of care including health and safety, infection control, moving and handling, medication and safeguarding.