Our Support Workers provide support in their local community for people affected by Cystic Fibrosis. They provide a listening ear, help with official forms and support at meetings in relation to housing, benefits and independent living.
The Support Worker role is very rewarding as they carry out tasks that make a real difference to the quality of daily life for the young people we support. The Support Worker is our first point of contact with clients in their area responding to requests that are often for help to acquire home improvements, disability related benefits or just someone to talk to. Support Workers can also be trained to provide advocacy if they wish to be more challenged, learn new skills or perhaps make good use of those they already have.
Support Workers need to drive and have access to a car.