Ludlow Street Healthcare
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About the company

  • CEO
    David Lawrence
  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
  • Industry
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Learning Support Assistant


£8.95 an hour
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24 days ago

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Support Worker


£17,965 a year
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30+ days ago

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Positive Practice Worker


£18,500 a year
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30+ days ago

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Senior Support Worker


£22,185 a year
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Occupational Therapist


£31,365 - £44,503 a year
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Behavioural Support Coordinator


£18,500 a year
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Care Assistant


£19,065 a year
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Staff Nurse


£33,000 - £37,000 a year
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Support Worker
£18,924 per year
Senior Staff Nurse
£37,430 per year
Learning Disability Nurse
£33,295 per year
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Support Worker in Newport, Newport
on 24 March 2021
Avoid like the plague.
I worked with Ludlow a little under 2 years, the first 6 months were great until we got a new manager. Who along with a senior member of staff would ridicule my mental health issues and discuss my private meetings together. Leaving me in an extremely stressful situation, stay in the job I loved doing or leave because of despicable management.
Learning Support Assistant in Sully South Wales
on 20 March 2021
just job
Typical days at work usually very busy,I learned a lot about special needs people,management was OK,workplace OK,hardest part of job -challenging behavior, met a lot of interesting people,the worst in this company was salary- very low.
Mental Health Support Worker in Bristol
on 16 February 2021
Avoid Ludlow if you can.
Please avoid working for Ludlow if possible, I was bullied by management, treated with little respect when raising issues about service users and Covid 19. I left as soon as I could, as did many of my colleagues.
Support worker full time in Beechwood college
on 9 December 2020
Really rewarding to know that you have a positive impact on someones life.
I have worked at Beechwood now for 2 years and I love it. I work there because I genuinely enjoy improving the lives of people less fortunate than myself. Sometimes its hard.... because let's be honest the students live there because they need the help and support of others to help them to be safe, cared for and as independent as they can be. This is not an easy job, but it is really rewarding for those staff that do care and for those that are committed to making a difference to someone's life. The students are all really great.The training offered to all staff is comprehensive and the career progression opportunity is excellent. The support from peers and staff in general is very good and I have made a great many friends through working there.Senior managers are very experienced and very knowledgeable... but most of all they are also very supportive and approachable. It is obvious that the managers that work there have all worked their way up in their roles before becoming managers and so they do understand the difficulties faced by staff and how hard the job of a support worker can sometimes be. I have seen that they are always willing to help if they can.For each 1 hard day you have, you will have 10 great ones and hard work and commitment is freely recognised.
LSA in Beechwood
on 8 December 2020
In beechwood college it is a fast working environment, you can really interact with the have to remember you are working with all kinds of special needs adults, so some days like in all jobs its hard work. but its a very rewarding job knowing you have achieved goals with your students.
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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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I can't remember what specific questions were asked during interview, but I do remember I was asked why I wanted to work with the client group at LSH.

Shared on 25 September 2018

Have you worked in mental health before and would you deal with aggressive behaviour from clients can you work long hours , days and nights

Shared on 7 September 2018
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