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DCHS Children's Services have been awarded the contract to deliver an Integrated Intensive Home Visiting Service and has an opportunity for 2 further posts: 0.8 wte in the North East Derbyshire Locality and 0.9 wte in Amber Valley Locality, to provide evidence based intensive home visiting service to vulnerable parents starting from pregnancy.
This role sits at the heart of the 0-5 Children’s Services Team and is integrated within each Locality area with the Health Visiting Teams.
Caseloads will have a maximum of 60 clients to enable development of therapeutic relationships to be made with vulnerable parents and to deliver intensive and tailor made interventions alongside the Healthy Child Programme.
Clinicians working within this intensive pathway will be operationally line managed by the Locality Manager but also receive professional support and supervision from Integrated Intensive Home Visiting Service.
The right candidate will hold the SCPHN qualification in Health Visiting and be a confident V100 prescriber.
You will be a dynamic team player, who is looking for a new challenge and the opportunity to further develop your skills
If you think that you could make a positive impact on the local community, the team and the organisation, then please call us to find out more.
To deliver the Intensive Home Visiting Programme, working with communities and partner agencies, and to deliver the Healthly Child Programme.
Our purpose is to provide community health services to a patient population of over one million people in Derbyshire and Derby, as part of Joined Up Care Derbyshire.
We employ around 4,200 substantive staff, caring for patients in 11 community hospitals and more than 30 health centres, as well as in clinics, GP practices, schools, care homes and, increasingly, in people’s own homes and via virtual consultations.
During the pandemic response we have led the implementation of public vaccination centres in collaboration with partners across health and social care.
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The role is responsible for delivering the Intensive Specialist Health Visiting Service within Derbyshire to vulnerable, hard to reach young women and their families from the antenatal period through to 2 years.
Post holders will be required to develop high-level generalist and specialist skills to work within the clinical methods of the structured programme.
ISHVS Health Visitors will be expected to develop therapeutic relationships with clients and work intensively within complex family situations to achieve the expected outcomes of the programme.
This is a demanding specialist role requiring high levels of professional skills and practice and the ability to work as part of a team as well as autonomously.
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This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.