1) To assist service users during the night with all areas of personal care as necessary. This may include toileting, bathing, changing for bed and general personal care.
2) To comfort service users who wake, and help to reduce any distress or anxiety that may prevent them from sleeping. This may include preparing drinks or light snacks if required.
3) When this has been achieved, to help service users to return to their beds, if necessary and ensure that they are settled.
4) In the event of a serious emergency to wake the sleeping support workers.
5) To help service users who rise early to wash, dress and prepare their choice of breakfast.
6) To report on the night’s events to the Senior Support Worker on duty at 7am, before leaving the Centre.