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Job Title: Support Worker

Job Setting: Learning Disabilities Home

Job Role: Support Worker

Date Posted: 1st December 2020

Hours: Part time flexible hours available

Job Reference: MATREE JOB

Job Location: Dereham, Norfolk

Maple Tree care are looking for Support workers to work in our friendly, small Learning Disabilities home in Dereham, Norfolk. If you are looking for work as a support worker in this area please do not hesitate to contact me on

If you would like to work with young people to help support, progress and make a positive difference to their lives, this could be the ideal job for you. Previous experience preferred but not essential. As a Support Worker your role would include:

  • Providing help with personal care such as washing, bathing and dressing.

  • Support at meal times

  • Promoting independence where possible

  • Emotional support and wellbeing

  • Undertake planned activities with residents / Days out

  • Update daily logs, including food and fluid intake charts

Who are we searching for?

About You:

It doesn't matter about your experience, if you want to help people there's a career opportunity for you at Maple Tree Care Ltd. What matters are your personal values. We will provide you with the training you need, including Induction, CRB checks and ongoing development and progression.

  • Kind, calm and friendly attitude who has good values.

  • Good sense of humour and a willingness to help others.

  • Aspiration to learn new skills and progress your career.

  • A passion to support individuals to lead an active, enjoyable and independent life.

Hours are flexible and can be discussed on application – part time roles available.

News & Updates: Welcome


Latest Updates

Elbow Greetings


November 2020

Maple Tree Care Limited is continually monitoring any changes to Government issued guidance and we adapt our ways of working accordingly. Our policies and procedures include a wide range of enhanced hygiene and clinical procedures which have been developed based on the information issued by the NHS, Public Health England and the Department of Health and Social Care.We understand that the new protocols that have been put into place will be frustrating for those who were used to a more informal approach to visiting. Thank you to all the help and support from families working with us to ensure new visiting procedures are meticulously followed, as it enables us to protect those living and working in our homes. 
All visits must be booked to enable us to manage them safely and ensure the appropriate cleaning and hygiene regimes are in place.
You will be asked some health screening questions at the start of your visit, asked to wash your hands or use the sanitising gel provided and will have your temperature taken. If you are showing any symptoms which could indicate coronavirus, please do not travel to the care home as we will need to refuse entry. As you will be aware these symptoms include a raised temperature, a new and persistent cough, a loss of taste or smell and a general feeling of being lethargic and unwell.
You will be asked to wear a face mask and practice social distancing for the duration of your visit. Unfortunately, this means no kissing, hugging or holding hands.
Keeping our residents and staff safe is our priority which is why we carry out weekly covid-19 tests and isolate staff and residents in the correct way.
Thank you:
Maple Tree Care would like to thank all our colleagues who have worked tirelessly in the last few months to provide exceptional levels of care and commitment under the most challenging circumstances.

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