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Master Visitor is a position at a visitation centre, visitation centre or centre for people with a learning disability in the UK, Republic of Ireland and a number of Commonwealth countries.
Master Visitor is part of the team of Visitors who work with and support the Visitation/Support Workers who provide ‘visitation’ (visiting) services to relatives of people with a learning disability.
Visitation or visits are usually after the death of someone with a learning disability and occur at someone’s home, a visitation centre, in the community or in a hospice. Visitation is the principal service provided by Visitation Centres and Visitation Centres for People with a Learning Disability.
Visitation Centres and Centres for People with a Learning Disability
Visitation Centres are for people who have a learning disability and who live in residential facilities and community settings. The Visitation Centre provides visitors to and supports the family, relatives and friends of people with a learning disability who live in such settings.
Visitation Centres for People with a Learning Disability are visited, for example, following the death of someone with a learning disability and are generally located in hospitals, care homes or residential institutions.
Visitor or Visitor Specialist
Visitor or visitor specialists are very important for the support of your relative with a learning disability.
They may be family members who have a very close relationship with your relative, they may be friends or members of the local community. Visitors at Visitation Centres are required to have had pre-visitation training and supervision, work with a supervisor and pass a knowledge and experience examination.
The use of Visitation Centres has been established for many years in the UK and is commonplace in Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden and Australia and, of course, in the Republic of Ireland.
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