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The School of Sign Language is Recruiting NOW for Wellbeing Officer’s

We offer a bespoke support service to cater for all the client’s needs, which includes devising a ‘Complete Client Care Plan’ that takes in to account what the client needs are to ensure a healthy wellbeing; this often includes tasks, responding to post/correspondence, helping keep finances in order, preparing food, food shopping, social outings, liaising with outside agencies involved in the care and wellbeing of the client, such as residential managers, client neighbours and friends, colleagues, hearing community when out in the community, local authority, occupational therapist, doctors, dentist, hairdresser, social services, service providers such as electricity, leisure centre staff, hospital staff, booking transport are just a few.

The School of Sign Language – Support Network is a specialised service that meets the needs of clients who are Deaf and communicate using BSL, all of our Wellbeing Officers and Communication Support Workers are native BSL users are minimum Level 3 and Level 6 qualified, and with some are RSLI’s (Registered Sign Language Interpreters) or TSLI’s (Trainee Sign Language Interpreters). This is paramount in the care provided to our deaf clients as they have access to the deaf community and their Wellbeing Officers and CSWs have the understanding, empathy and experience of the communication barriers that deaf people face on a daily basis and the frustration inadequate support  they are more often provided, as it is not all about equipment, it is about the wellbeing of the individual.

If you would like to apply for the role of Wellbeing Officer please see the links below; Why Be A Wellbeing Officer, Person Specification, Job Description and Application form, or if you would like further information please email; info@schoolofsignlanguage.com

Why Be A Wellbeing Officer

Wellbeing Officer – Person Specification

Wellbeing Officer – Job Description

Job Application