Face to face shifts currently required are: • A 2-hour life lesson after school one afternoon/evening per week (and longer half or full day sessions in school holidays). • Supporting the young adult to attend a weekly martial art class in Chorley on Wednesday afternoons/evenings (this involves driving between Lancaster and Chorley – mileage paid). • Supporting the young adult with volunteering and other social activities as you help him develop them. (please request full job description for details)
We need a highly organised, reliable and responsible individual to provide support in a keyworker role for an autistic young adult as he transitions into early adult life, including moving from his family home into independent accommodation.
The role will involve regular shifts, but the timing and quantity of these will slowly change over time, in discussion with the post-holder, to suit the developing needs and interests of the young adult supported. The nature of the role is likely to develop over time, as the young adult moves out of the family home and into his own accommodation and from being in fulltime education in a school environment, through college and beyond.
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Must be reliable, highly organised and have excellent attention to detail.
Life experience essential, autism experience preferred.
The purpose of the role is to support the young adult as he transitions in to adult life.