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Our Wellbeing at Work course gives a package of support for your business and employees in a way that suits your business best. Looking after the wellbeing of your workforce will promote greater staff retention, less sickness absence and a happier more productive workforce.
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Would you like to join our Families Team, as a Family Support Practitioner?
You would be based in Havant, on a one year fixed term contract. The salary is £23, 500 FTE (we have 2 vacancies: 18.5 hours a week, actual salary: £11,750 and 37 hours a week, actual salary £23,500)
We are looking for an enthusiastic, dynamic and adaptable individual who is passionate about providing excellent family support services. It is crucial that the individual understands the impact of poor mental health and wellbeing on the whole family unit and is able to work alongside families to empower them and promote their wellbeing. Duties will include: · To case-hold families with a variety of complex needs. · To undertake initial referrals and risk assessments of families and individuals referred to the service. · To undertake one to one structured and non-structured interventions with children and parents. · To utilise therapeutic skills and interventions when working with children and young people in emotional distress and crisis. · Work with identified families/parents/carers through use of individual/group support strategies to improve behaviour management skills, increasing their self-esteem, confidence, coping strategies to deal with difficult emotions, achievement and attendance at school. · To plan and deliver group work sessions. · To develop care plans and action plans for children, young people and families, reviewing regularly. · Assist families/parents to access agencies where necessary. This is a rewarding and challenging role for an experienced Support Worker / Caseworker looking for a new challenge and provide a real contribution in the support of children and young people in the Havant Borough Area.
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Last few tickets available for Emma's Gin-gle Ball fundraiser in 4 weeks.
This is your opportunity to get involved/ support Emma on her fundraising journey and have a fun evening.Just a little fundraising update! Gin-gle Ball planning is well underway and I have some really nice Gins for you all to try! With 4 weeks to go we have just a few tickets left, it would be great to sell the last few so invite your friends! Our entertainment for the evening, Vintage Candy Singing Duo, are busy learning their Christmas songs for us, if you have any suggestions for what you'd like to hear, comment below! Emma x ... See MoreSee Less
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