People and Their Brilliance


Job Description
Our purpose at Reenabled Support Services is to provide a high standard of accommodation, and supportive environments for young people whom we offer support aged between 16-25 years. This service is to ensure the young people whom we offer support are able to develop and maintain respect, self-reliance and self- care skills and enable them to make informed, age-appropriate decisions, concerning their present and future so they can achieve a successful transition into independence and adulthood.

The day-to-day job of a support worker differs depending on the needs of the person they are supporting. This can include helping people to carry out their daily tasks to take care of themselves, teaching new skills, providing emotional support, and ensuring they are living a fulfilled life.

The role is primarily focused on enabling and supporting people to live their lives as independently as they can. We support people with a diverse range of needs, including learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, mental health and complex care needs.

As a support worker, you may find yourself working in a variety of settings, in health and social care settings such as supported living services or care homes, and out in the community.

There are many roles and responsibilities of a support worker, including:
  • Providing physical support which may include helping with household tasks and personal care.
  • Providing emotional support for an individual and their families.
  • Supporting and helping with health care needs, including routine checks, or administrating medication.
  • Encouraging and supporting the development of personal skills through hobbies and interests.
  • Teaching life skills, such as shopping, using public transport and paying for bills.
  • Working with other healthcare professionals to ensure that all care needs meet the highest possible standards.
Essential skills, experience, and qualifications
Maths and English Grade C or above 
Basic IT skills preferred. 
Willingness to attend training courses
Caring and friendly nature

Location: Winsford, Cheshire

Please click the link below to apply, you will not need to upload a CV or a cover letter.