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We’re recruiting now across a range of physical health, mental health and learning disability service caring for adults and children. Find out more at

Do you want to make a difference in someone's life?                 

Interested? Find out more today by calling 0151 472 7557 or email

Supporting attendance

We are committed to the wellbeing of staff and will support health but we also ask that they take responsibility themselves. 

Our commitment to ‘Perfect Care’ – care that is safe, effective, positively experienced, timely, equitable and efficient is affected when absences impact on our ability to deliver care to those we serve and it also impacts on those who are in work. 

Following feedback, the sickness policy was reviewed and changes were made to the language and processes. A quick guide to managing attendance is here.

Trust awarded Disability Confident Employer status

Andrea Smith, Trust equality and inclusion manager says: “We are pleased to share that we have been successful in being awarded this status by the Department of Work and Pensions - for the next three years. Disability Confident Employers are recognised nationally as going the extra mile to make sure disabled people get a fair chance.”

To become a Disability Confident Employer (level 2 of 3) we had to commit to inclusive and accessible recruitment, to offer an interview to disabled people, provide reasonable adjustments and support existing employees. As part of the assessment we also have to ensure there’s work experience, apprenticeships and other placements.

Click to view disability confident leader level 3 pack and click to view disability confident employer certificate.