Social Prescriber

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Social Prescribers usually work in a GP surgery, health centre or community organisation and connect people with non-medical support to improve general well-being and tackle social isolation.

Social prescribers tend to be employed by local authorities, community groups or the NHS, to:

  • Assess people’s care and support needs
  • Link people with local support services
  • Track people’s progress and improvement

Entry requirements:

  • No set formal qualifications required, but you will need to demonstrate experience of volunteering in social care and health
  • Social care qualifications (Level 2/3 Diploma in Health and Social Care) may be helpful to your application

 

The Kings fund have put together more information on Social Prescribing, as have NHS England.

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