Disability Support Assistant
- Arosfa Disability Short Breaks and Residential service, Mold
- Dates/ Time To be discussed at interview.
- Be patient and reliable
- Be friendly and have a good sense of humour and have fun
- Have experience of or the desire to support children/young people with disabilities
- Have good communication skills
- Work alongside a variety of different people
- Have a positive attitude
- Use your initiative but also ask for help when needed
- Be willing to challenge discrimination
What you can expect:
- Interacting with service children/young people, whilst listening to what they have to say, to make their voice heard
- Supporting with tasks when needed
- Prepare snacks for the children/young people
- Join in and helping with activities.
- Help staff to set up and clear away play activities
- Keeping children/young people occupied and engaged
- Contributing to children/young person’s social, emotional and educational development
What we can offer:
The benefits of volunteering in this role include
- gaining experience in supporting children and young people with disabilities and their families
- Enjoying a sense of personal achievement
- Developing communication skills
- Improving your confidence
- Being part of our friendly team
- Getting to know some great people!
If you have any further questions about the role, or need assistance with application form then please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Action for Children is passionate about promoting equality, valuing diversity and working inclusively. We welcome applications from all persons particularly those who identify as Male, people with Disabilities, and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic applicants, as these groups are currently under-represented in our organisation.
Action for Children are Passionate, Ambitious, Collaborative and Inclusive. We aspire for every child and young person in the country to have a safe and happy childhood and the foundations they need to thrive.