An open letter to potential new colleagues regarding our policy on vaccination
An open letter from Dimensions CEO Steve Scown to potential new colleagues regarding our policy on vaccination
Great Places to Work Award retained for the third year in a row!
The Dimensions group has been officially recognised as one of the UK’s best workplaces in the ‘super large’ category by the Great Place to Work Institute for the third year in a row – one of very few social care organisations to earn a place.
“This has never felt like work”
Jane has been dedicated to supporting people with learning disabilities and or autism for almost 20 years, from relief worker to Operations Director, she shares her story.
A rewarding challenge
It’s safe to say that recent months have brought many challenges but also some rewards. Imagine the challenge of starting a new carer just before lockdown began. Soraya, a Cardiff based support worker shares her experience of doing just that.
Richard: the superhero without a cape
Known locally as ‘the superhero without a cape’ Reading-based support worker Richard Kibaja, has, like so many of our support staff, gone above and beyond during the Covid-19 crisis.
‘Just go for it!’
Dimensions Support Worker Nikki Smith has dedicated her working life caring for others, she wants to encourage others to give it a try. Having worked in all aspects of the care industry since college - from residential care to home care, Nikki is currently an assistant locality manager.
What is it like to be a support worker?
Mark Merryweather’s blog On being a support worker and loving every minute
13 years of support
13 years ago Kathryn started working at Dimensions, and she hasn’t looked back. Assistant Locality Manager Kathryn Larsen, 32, who works in Bracknell, has spent over a decade helping change the lives of people with learning disabilities and autism.
A rewarding role for April
When April Hall was made redundant from an unfulfilling job, opening letters at a mail support office, it gave her the chance to finally pursue her dream career. Now she is making a difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities and autism in her role as a support worker.