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Activities Coordinator

Location

Wroughton, Swindon

Salary & Benefits

£9.50 per hour

Vacancy Type

Full Time

Closing Date

17/12/2020

Activities Coordinator

Ladymead, Swindon

                                  35 hours per week (includes alternate weekends)

Located in Wroughton, Swindon, Ladymead is a 35-bedded home offering 24-hour nursing care for those who have complex medical needs. Respite care is also available for those who may benefit from a change of scenery and time to enjoy the company of others.

We are recruiting for an Activities Coordinator to join our team.  You will ensure that the daily activities are varied to suit the individual residents expectations and capabilities.

Main Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • The role of activity co-ordinator is fundamental to the residents’ sense of well-being and social enhancement.
  • To ensure the routines and daily activities made available are flexible and varied to suit individual resident’s expectations, preferences and capabilities.
  • Identify the needs of all residents.
  • Plan, organise and run a varied and stimulating monthly programme of activities.
  • Ensure that a weekly and monthly schedule of activities is available for residents, the care team, registered Home Manager and prospective residents to view.
  • Help provide the opportunity for physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and social interaction and enjoyment.
  • Arrange social and spiritual activities and outings, as well as in-house entertainment with entertainers, (music/dance/song).
  • Establish links with, and encourage involvement of the local community in the home, e.g. schools, colleges, religious and voluntary groups and museums.
  • Involve relatives in the activity programme and attend relatives’ meetings as appropriate.
  • Monitor the effects of the activities programme and write brief notes on each individual/group activity session undertaken on the activities record sheets for inclusion in either the residents’ care plan or an activities folder for residents.

Healthcare Homes offer an Employee Assistance Programme which is immediate access to a confidential telephone counselling and legal information service which operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to include support such as financial and family concerns.