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Developing Support Plans to help achieve goals and improve skills!

Teaching skills through support plan goals and developing independent living skills is one of the most important and rewarding aspects of my job.

Noel is one of our most dedicated support workers and has developed his skills in the 10 years that he has worked for Autism Initiatives. Noel works in one of our Supported Living services and is the key worker for a service user meaning he actively develops the support plan to help them achieve their goals.

“I have gained QCF Level 2 and Level 3 Health and Social Care qualification through Autism Initiatives. My job is rewarding and every day is different. One day I could be supporting a service user on holiday and the next maybe riding a roller coaster! Teaching skills through support plan goals and developing independent living skills is one of the most important and rewarding aspects of my job.”
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