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Support Worker Experience Letter

Support Worker Experience Letter Template
This sample support worker experience letter shows how to build a work exp. certificate for an ex-employee using job duties and sort attributes such as date of message, employer info, and organization stamp.
See also: Experience Certificate Document Format
» Example for Support Worker
To,
Name of the person:______________
Address: ______________
Date: ________

To Whom It May Concern:

This is to certify that ...[ employee title ] ... [ employee name ] was working at ...[ organization name ] as "support worker" from ... [ joining date ] to ...[ last working date ].

During this period, his services were found to be satisfactory in carrying out the job duties. His responsibilities were to:

1) Conduct home visits, establishing a trusting relationship with families

2) Maintain regular family contact at a specified annual average, establishing a full weighted caseload when all appropriate trainings have been accomplished

3) Develop Family Goal Plans - FGP - within specified months of birth of baby reviews/revises FGP periodically

4) Familiarize self with parent-child interaction and child development concepts; Using these concepts materials during home visits incorporating active guidance from Program Manager

5) Familiarize self with the dynamics of child abuse neglect

6) Bring concerns related to potential child abuse neglect to Program Manager

7) Complete developmental screening and evaluation tools with families in a timely manner as defined by program objectives, coordinating with Program Manager, team members partner agencies

8) Assure appropriate referrals are made

9) Meet with Program Manager periodically to review family status

10) Develop skills in sharing interventions, perceptions needs with Manager

11) Document plans made in conjunction with Manager

12) Develop strategies to follow through with those plans with active guidance from the Manager

13) Participate in regular staff meetings, trainings, case conferences other trainings as required; integrating training into professional action with active guidance from Manager

14) Link parents to community resources and assures appropriate referrals are made, coordinating with NCAST DENVER with Public Health Nurse

15) Conduct quarterly parent-child group meetings, providing education in parenting, health nutrition, problem-solving, and stress management

16) Maintain accurate up-to-date documentation of family files

We wish him/her all the best in his future


...[ Employer name ]
...[ Employer position ]
...[ Organization sign/stamp ]

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