What does the Transition to Residential Care Involve?

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If you’re thinking about a care home for your child, start looking for ones that you think would best suit your child’s needs. We often talk about a ‘gut feeling’ as a parent and our advice is to get out and see the different types of provisions, talk to staff teams, and understand the culture […]

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Residential Support Worker for Autistic People

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Working with people with autism can be challenging, but this does not make the job any less rewarding. At Bright Futures we are constantly looking for enthusiastic people to become Support Workers. Every person we support deserves the absolute best, that is why we only invite the most dedicated people to join our team. How […]

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Would Residential Care Be The Right Fit For My Child?

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When you are taking the time to decide whether residential care is the right fit for your child, there are many different factors to consider. This is an incredibly difficult decision to make so there is no need to rush. Every child is different, there is no solid answer. Ultimately you are the person who […]

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Why Do We Need Residential Support Workers?

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At Bright Futures, we are always on the lookout for amazing people to join our incredible Support Worker team. It is a role that is a vital part of what we do.  But what is it that our Residential Support Workers bring to the team?  Well, the list is endless, so we’ve put together some […]

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Day in the Life of a Residential Support Worker

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Supporting those in need is one of the most fulfilling choices a person can make. Residential support work is one way to do this, and offers the opportunity to engage with residents in a very meaningful way. So what does being a residential support worker entail? Well, that can depend on the facility you are […]

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We Have Joined the Restraint Reduction Network

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It gives us great pleasure to announce that we have joined the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN). We believe that this organisation is important to maintaining the high standards of care we expect, and wanted to tell you a little more about it. The Restraint Reduction Network The Restraint Reduction Network is a programme designed to […]

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Residential Care in Warrington

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Are you currently looking into care homes in Warrington or the surrounding area? If so, we might be able to help. At Bright Futures care, we offer residential living facilities and specialist education to adults and children with a learning disability, autism and/or behaviours which challenge. Our residential homes are designed to give those with […]

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