Organisational Structure

All new staff who are employed at Elliott House receive a robust induction programme of the home and the service. New employees will have to complete a shadowing period of two weeks before they commence on the rota. Staff new to health and social care are enrolled onto the Care Certificate. New staff are supported to complete the Care Certificate within twelve weeks. Elliot House has a workforce development plan which addresses all ongoing training and development needs of each member of staff. Catering, Housekeeping and Maintenance staff are fully trained and hold the relevant certificates for their post. All new staff will undergo the required DBS (Disclosing and Barring Service), police checks before they commence employment at the home.

Our Core Values

At Elliott House we have full insight and understanding in promoting independence within the confines of residential services. We fully appreciate the sacrifices our residents have had to make; therefore, we want to support all our residents through a person-centred ethos of care and support. The culture within the staff team is one that we endeavour to promote the individual’s independence through enablement and empowerment. The staff team will support in a manner that will enable the resident to maintain their existing skills, and where they choose to do so, support them in developing new skills through a variety of activities.

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