Support Worker Mental Health
Dec 2012 - Present
To support clients in different settings, within the Hospital and Home Treatment House, in their own homes and during organised outings. To assist and support client’s in daily living skills, within the Home Treatment House, ie, household skills, individual / group activity and during organised therapeutic activity in the wider community. To enable clients to increase their capacity for independence and independent decision making. To notify the manager or their nominee of any change in the client’s circumstances and maintain all records as instructed by the manager, and report any untoward incident or complaint, or abuse of a vulnerable adult.
Jan 2009 - Dec 2012
A pharmacy assistant provides assistance to registered pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. These individuals may be responsible for a number of tasks related to hospital or community pharmacies but are not able to provide customer advice or fill prescriptions as a technician or pharmacist does. The role has numerous other common titles including dispensing assistant, assistant technical officer, dispenser and health-care assistant. Day-to-day tasks for job holders in this position may include ordering and assembling medical products, coordinating with wholesalers, inventory duties, delivering products, labelling and pre-packing products, and directing enquiries to pharmacists and technicians, among other tasks; however, these duties can vary greatly depending on the employer.