The post holders will work closely with the multi disciplinary team in their locality. They will offer interventions for older adults in their own home. Caseloads will consist of a range people with enduring mental health difficulties, dementia's as well as shorter term interventions with people with functional illnesses. The team promotes a recovery approach.
Main duties of the job
The main duties of the job includes providing assessment and interventions to older adults who have a range of mental health difficulties in their own home, through a recovery approach.
You will be committed to the provision of a high quality service with the skills to work within a changing environment. You will also demonstrate the ability to develop and maintain professional, effective working relationships with other disciplines, agencies, patients and their carers.
In return the trust also offers a flexible approach to working, opportunity for development and training, regular supervision and annual personal development reviews.
If you like the sound of joining our creative, warm and friendly trust, and feel the job description and person specification has excited you, please come and join us by applying for this post.
Job description Job responsibilities
please see attached job description and person specification for full details of the job description and person specifications.
Person Specification essential criteria Essential
- qualified mental health nurse
- experience in community and older adults
- passion to work with older adults
- training relevant to older adults
- car driver
- recent demonstrable community older adults experience
- training in CBT / SFT
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