Day services roles
Day services are adult social care services that provide support and care during the day, usually outside of peoples' homes. These types of services can offer a range of activities; such as sports, arts and crafts, work-based learning, animal care, cooking sessions and community visits.
Support workers in these settings work with people to help them make the most of the activities on offer. Some services have specific focuses, such as sports coaching or work-based learning. In these cases, support workers help teach these skills and support people to reach their goals.
Explore the local case studies below to find out what it is like to work for a day service.
Watch this video to discover what inspired Ian to make the move from the police force to a career in adult social care.
Read Tommy's story to learn how he used his previous work experience in football and the police force to inspire him to lead sports and enterprise sessions for adults with physical and learning disabilities.
Watch this video to discover why Anna loves her role supporting adults with physical and learning disabilities to meet their goals.
Read our interview with Polly to find out how volunteering during her holidays from university inspired her to start a career supporting people with employability skills.
Read our interview with Sian to learn how she progressed from her first care role as a personal assistant to her current position as an assistant manager for a day service for adults with physical and learning disabilities.
Read Jamie's story to hear what inspired him to make a career move from the postal service to working for a day service for adults with physical and learning disabilities.
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