Harry Finnerty from Doncaster joins the Goldcrest House care team as a residential support worker to support individuals with autism and learning difficulties.
Having previous experience in the care sector before moving into a new field Harry has come back to what he knows and loves – supporting people live their lives the way they choose.
Harry Finnerty, residential support worker at Goldcrest House says: “I really enjoy working in this sector and jumped at the chance to join Goldcrest House. The atmosphere at Goldcrest House is extremely positive and welcoming. I enjoy coming to work and the feeling I get helping to improve the quality of life of service users.”
Harry’s role as a residential support worker is to actively support and assist service users to meet their needs and requirements, and to fulfill and accomplish their desired potential ranging from personal hygiene to daily activities and visits into the local community.
Ralph Parish, registered manager at Goldcrest House says: “We are very pleased to welcome Harry to our team and enhance the work we do to support our service users get one step closer to an independent life.”