Welcome to Dementia Partner’s Warden Recruitment Service
We are working in partnership with social care providers to ensure your quality staffing needs and skilled Warden Support provision requirements are met.
Here at Dementia Partners, we provide fully trained and professionally vetted Warden Support staff within a prompt, streamlined and reliable service that meets your specific needs. We provide skilled induction training and refresher training.
Most of our staff have worked in the social and healthcare arena or as CQC’s Experts by Experience having gained experience in a variety of specialist areas. These include
- Older people
- Carers of people with dementia
- Carers of older people
- Carers of people with learning disabilities
- Carers of people who use mental health services.
This experience gives us a sound appreciation of your requirements for part time or full time staff and a clear understanding of the day to day pressures and responsibilities which you carry.
Above all, we understand that the service user’s needs are paramount. We have trained our Wardens Support Staff to deliver a professional support service that promotes independence whilst recognising individuality.
You can be assured, therefore, that when you contact us, you are working with someone who really understands your industry.
Please contact email@example.com or call Yasmin Arman, Manager on 07824 305 100 to arrange a callback to discuss details of your recruitment needs for part time or full time skilled, warden support staff needed in the following settings:
- *By supported living we mean schemes that provide personal care to people as part of the support that they need to live in their own homes. The personal care is provided under separate contractual arrangements to those for the person’s housing. The accommodation is often shared, but can be single household. Housing organisations that do not provide the regulated activity ‘Personal care’ are not required by law to register with CQC.
- By extra care housing, we mean purpose-built (or purpose adapted) single household accommodation that is owned or occupied under an occupancy agreement. The accommodation is in a building or campus of similar households specifically designed to facilitate the delivery of care to people, either now or when they need it in the future. These schemes are also known under other labels; for example ‘sheltered housing’ or ‘assisted living’, or ‘retirement homes’.
- *Using Guidance on regulated activities for providers of supported living and extra care housing October 2015 – Glossary of Terms.