We do everything we can to make Positive Futures a positive place to work because we believe that a happy and inclusive environment brings out the best in people.
Everyone who works at Positive Futures is helping to deliver our mission of ‘Achieving Dreams’ and ‘Transforming Lives’ for the people we support. We think that’s something everyone in Positive Futures can be proud of.
“That’s the thing you notice about Positive Futures, even when I’m visiting head office in Bangor, the people there know the people we support. They know their names and where they live. Everyone in the organisation knows what people need and how they can best provide it.” says Kerry Mallon, who joined Positive Futures as a relief support worker and is now an Operations Manager.
No one carries the responsibility for delivering our mission more than our support workers.
Our Support Workers support adults in their own homes to live empowered, independent lives. A typical day might include helping them plan and prepare a meal, complete some household chores, or engage in a hobby. You may also be helping with medication, financial management and personal care.
Our personal assistants and outreach workers support children and their families, helping the children they support to engage in activity within the community either as an individual, or as part of group. This might include physical activities such as swimming, or bowling or taking part in drama, music or art groups.