Day to day
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. At, Codeko we support people with a complex range of needs, including Complex-PTSD, PTSD, EUPD, BPD, Complex-DISASSOCIATIVE DISORDER, ANIXETY, DEPRESSION, AUTISM, ADHD, EATING DISORDERS (ANOREXIA & BULIMIA)
The role of a community support worker is so varied as each person has unique needs, which makes the job unique too and rewarding. A support worker is someone who looks after the well-being of people in their daily lives. They help people living with different needs to live their lives more independently and support them to reach their potential the best way possible. As a community support worker, you may find yourself working in a variety of settings and these may include Service User's own home, Health and Social care settings or out in the community.