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To join our team, please download the application form and email it to  Ensure that you state the role which you are applying for so that it gets to the right department. 

Support Worker Roles

We’re looking to recruit people who are as passionate as we are about empowering people affected with dementia to live their best lives – your enthusiasm to help and willingness to understand and empathise with the challenges that people are facing is what we are looking for – experience isn’t necessary if you have the right attitude and share our values.

We are looking to grow our team of Community Support Workers who are the heart and soul of ADSS.  You will visit people in their own homes to support them with activities of their choosing in the way that they wish to be supported.

You’ll be able to commit to a regular pattern of work (whether that be weekends/evenings only or just a few days a week) and own a car.

You’ll be passionate about maintaining dignity and strive to always go above and beyond for the people you support.  We’ll provide you with comprehensive in-house training which will cover The Care Certificate as well as providing you with knowledge about dementia.  It is important to understand that everyone is unique – a diagnosis of dementia does not define an individual – they are still the same person they always were.

Each visit will be a minimum of 1 hour long and travel time is allocated and paid between each visit. Mileage is paid at 45p per mile.

We strive to achieve excellence in the care and support that we give to our Team, as well as people affected by dementia.

“I have worked for this organisation for some time now and I can honestly say that all staff work to support clients and their carers with passion and integrity. I always feel well supported and am never afraid to ask for help. I am proud to work for ADSS.”

“The senior staff are always there to listen to me. Whether it be a problem at work or at home. Even for good things.

Dementia Coordinators (Headcorn, Staplehurst, Medway Central and surrounding areas)

Salary: from £22,308 per year 
Hours: Monday-Friday 37.5 hours per week

Our Dementia Coordinators are critical to us achieving our mission to give people affected by dementia the knowledge, support and care they need to take back control of their lives, take part in family and community life, and manage their symptoms.

Working with a group of local GP surgeries our Dementia Coordinators are there to support people from before they get a diagnosis to the end of their life. They support people affected by dementia and help them to navigate the health and social care system and manage the complexities of living with a progressive condition.

You can download the full job description here

Dementia Wellbeing Coordinator (Part Time)

Salary: £13,384 per year

Hours: 22.5 hours per week (Monday- Saturday, 9am -5pm)

Peer support and meeting others in a social setting are a vital way for people affected by dementia to live the life they want, meet new friends, share experiences, find coping strategies and plan for the future.

The Dementia Wellbeing Coordinator will plan and promote all aspects of the charity’s support groups, including dementia cafes, peer support groups and activities. You will expertly facilitate the group to ensure all participants benefit from the group, promote wellbeing, and create a fun, friendly and informative atmosphere. Whilst always upholding our values to ensure people affected by dementia are at the heart of all we do. You will enjoy working as part of a wider team that works together to champion the rights of people affected by dementia to participate in family and community life.

You can download the full job description here

To join our team, please download the application form and email it to Ensure that you state the role which you are applying for so that it gets to the right department. 

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