Oasis Care and Training
24-32 Murdock Street
Public phone: 0207 639 6192
Service offered: Personal care tasks are undertaken with great sensitivity. Our Care Staff recognise the importance of preserving an individual’s dignity and where possible improve their quality of life. Personal Care - Dressing/undressing. Assisting with transfers from or to bed/chair/toilet/bath , Assistance with feeding, including peg feeding.Assisting with personal washing and personal hygiene. Assisting with toileting and support with continence management. Assisting user in preparation for trips or visits outside their own home. Administration of medication. Bed-making, including cleaning up after incontinence . Maintaining health - Support and advice to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Support to access and use assistive technology and aids. Support to access health services (GP, Opticians, medical appointments etc). Emotional wellbeing and personal development - Promotion of social and emotional skills. Support to establish and maintain personal safety. Meals and nutrition - Support and assistance to plan menus, shop for and store foods. Support and assistance with all aspects of meal preparation. Advice and support about healthy eating. Housework and laundry - Support and assistance with all aspects of cleaning and tidying the home. Support and assistance with laundering clothes and ironing. Social and leisure - Support and assistance to develop a social network and maintain contacts with family and friends. Support and assistance to be involved in the local community e.g. using local facilities. Cultural and Faith needs - Support with cultural and faith needs e.g. attending place of worship, participation in cultural activities. Training, we can offer our staff free training leading to a nationally recognised qualification, including: Diploma in Health & Social Care / Levels 2 and 3 / Leadership & Management in Health & Social Care Level 5 / Care Certificate / Business Administration Levels 2 and 3. Apprenticeship We welcome people looking to start a new career in Social Care. You can choose to start out on our Apprenticeship Scheme, you’ll get great training and become part of a supportive, friendly team. And you’ll have opportunities to grow in your role and progress to senior positions. We have Apprenticeship Opportunities for: Care Workers / Care Administrators / Care Managers. If you've decided that SOCIAL CARE & SUPPORT WORK might be right CAREER for you then CALL US to express interest and arrange for an informal interview. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Are you the kind of person who thrives on making others feel valued? Are you a caring person who is reliable and hardworking? And are you motivated by making a difference in other people’s lives? Or maybe you are returning to care work after a break? Perhaps you’ve brought up a family and want a role that still offers flexibility and a good work-life balance. ? If so, OASIS would like to hear from you ! CALL US 02076396192. We offer free initial advice and guidance to any person considering employment with OASIS without any obligation. So why not find out more about how you could join our Care Team.
Target group: All communities in London and surrounding counties. Older and disabled people as well young adults welcome.
Area served: All London.
How to contact: Phone (02076396192), email or write. Home visit and assessment for referrals for home care.
Monday: 9am - 5pm
Tuesday: 9am - 5pm
Wednesday: 9am - 5pm
Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 9am - 5pm
Wheelchair access: Yes - limited
Accessible toilets: Yes
Access notes: Home visits for people unable to attend the office.
Languages other than English: Arabic, Somali, Swahili and Czech access to interpreters.
Charity number: 1044521
Year established: 1990
Staffing: 15 full time staff, 150 sessional care workers,
Public transport: New Cross/New Cross gate and Elephant and Castle train stations . Buses 53, 453, 172, 21.
Record last checked: 12 August 2020