Below is a list of current clients that require personal assistant(s).
If you are interested in any of the list people please complete the form below and submit
Please ensure you quote the reference number when replying
The second part of the reference is the area where the client lives
21862 / OL2 - Adult male with Schizophrenia. Support required for shopping, cleaning and visiting his cat in OL8. 3 hours per week 1:1
11836 / OL9 - Adult male with physical difficulties. Support required with personal needs, dressing and transfers. Making meals and tidying round. Initially to work Saturday and Sunday 9.00-9.30am, 4.00-5.00pm and 8.00-9.00pm but may also require holiday and sickness cover through the week. up to 24.5 hours per week 1:1
12160 / OL1 - Adult male with ADHD, low moods, increased anxiety and depression. Support with attending appointments, keeping domestic environment in a clean and tidy order and promoting independence to access community based activities. 10 hours per week 1:1
59484/OL2 - Adult female with Multiple Sclerosis who uses a wheelchair and is non-weight-bearing and other associated conditions, can present some challenging behaviour. Support required to access community based activities, attending appointments and general sitting service. Support may also be required with emptying catheter bag. Preferably a car driver allowing access to community activities. 1:1 support 20 hours per week.
196543 / OL8 - 8 year old male, Downs Syndrome, communication difficulties and learning disabilities. Support required with personal care and daily living allowing family respite away from their caring role. Working as part of a small team specific hours to be agreed directly with family but will include evenings and weekends, holiday cover for other PA's would also be expected.
CC4327 / OL8 - Adult male with Progressive Girdle Muscular Dystrophy, Type II Respiratory Failure and Allergic Rhinitis. Support required for waking nights to support with all aspects of living to include but not limited to cough assist, CPAP, repositioning, personal care, feeding and drinking. Full training will be given and the employment is subject to enhanced DBS check. Working as part of a team delivering 24/7 care and support, initially up to 48 hours per week and possible various shifts available in the future.
188770 / OL4 - 10 year old female with Smidh Lemli Opitz syndrome along
with learning difficulties. She is gastronomy as she has difficulty swallowing, poor muscle tone and has a hearing impairment wearing hearing aids. She is non-verbal but can use gestures to show what she wants. Support with developing independence and social skills through community based activities. 4 hours per week 1:1
183039 / OL9 - 11 year old female in OL9 with Cerebal Palsy effecting all four limbs. Wheelchair user, requires hoisting for tasks like getting in to bed and the bath. PA to help keep the client seated safely and comfortably. Support required to assist with morning and bedtime routine ( Domiciliary care) and social activity support in non term time. Moving and Handling desirable.
6 Hours per week social activity support in non term time. 1:1
151569 / OL1 - 12 year old male with osteogenesis imperfecta Type III, a brittle bone disease, associated microcephaly and developmental delay. Support required for personal care and appropriate social opportunities. PA(s) required to cover Wednesdays and Saturday mornings and cover for holidays and sickness. 5 hours per week 1:1
164443 / OL9 - 12 year old male in OL9 with Autism, No risk Awareness, needs social support, can get anxious / angry. 3 hours per week term time, 4 hours per week non term time.
122977 / OL8 - 17 year old male in OL8 with Complex needs which require support. Significant difficulties around speech and language, presents with behavioural difficulties. Can be anxious if not in routine, structure is important.
Some challenging behaviour and lots of energy, can be impulsive. Not always aware of boundaries, can struggle in social situations. Needs support to access new activities safely.
3 hours per week, 1:1.
CC5715 / OL9 - Adult female with Autism, Global Development Disorder, Epilepsy, Raynaud Syndrome and severe learning disabilities. Support required for morning personal care routine to include moving and handling, feeding via PEG and medication administration, all training will be given. Employment subject to enhanced DBS check. 6 hours per week 1:1
90985 / OL1 - Adult female in OL1 with developmental delay, learning disability, speech difficulties, Epilepsy, personal cares and a wheelchair user. Enjoys music, shows, bowling, cinema, train / tram and shopping. Requires social support to access the local community and gain independence, as well as support each morning 6.30am - 7.45am, Monday to Friday to assist with personal care routine. Moving and Handling desirable, and due to personal care family have requested only female applicants
12 hours per week - Personal care support and social support on a Saturday
113453 / OL9 - Adult male with ASD, Dyspraxia and Learning Disabilities. Support required for independence building by accessing community based activities, prompt with personal care, money management and social inclusion. 10 hours per week 1:1
367861 / OL4 - 6 year old female with ASD with associated social and communication difficulties. She has a hearing impairment and development delay. She has severe eczema and can become frustrated due to itching. Support to promote and develop social interaction through community activities whilst developing open communication, for safety reasons a car driver with own transport is preferred. 5 hours per week 1:1
165319 / OL8 - 12 year old female with Autism and social communications difficulties. Support required to access community based activities and promote independence away from the family. Would benefit from a outgoing person who enjoys doing action based activities. 4 hours per week 1:1
60332 / OL8 - Adult male with Autism and Learning Disabilities. Lives independently in his own home. Support is 24/7 and delivered by a team of PA's working flexible shifts and covering for each other during sickness and holidays. Enhanced DBS required for the role. All support is 1:1
355635 / OL4 5 year old male Global Development Delay affecting, cognitive impairment, speech and language skills, self-care, social skills and motor co-ordination. Can present challenging behaviour due to frustration around his abilities. Support required to promote social and emotional development, appropriate behaviour in all setting especially outdoors which is his preferred activity and supporting family. Support needs to be routine based with possible personal care. 3 hours per week 1:1
138204 / OL8 - 17 year old male with Cerebral Palsy affecting his all limbs. Support required Monday to Friday am to support with morning routine getting ready for college plus social activities on a weekend. Total 9 hours per week 1:1
181923 / OL8 - 19 year old female in OL8. Can get frustrated and distressed at times, can struggle emotionally. Can make own decisions and choices of activities she wants to participate in. Physical difficulties and developmental delay, Cerebral Palsy and all four limbs are affected. Mild asthma. Likes to be independent, No personal care. 12 hours term time, 20 hours non term time. 1:1
31241 / OL8 - 29 year old female in OL8 with a moderate learning disability. Can get frustrated and overwhelmed. Requires support to access social activities, gain confidence and build relationships.7 hours per week, 1:1
235483 / OL2 - 8 year old male in OL2, with a diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and significant learning difficulties. (speech, language and communication difficulties) Non-verbal, can lash out at times. Needs routine, can be unpredictable, possible personal cares. Support to access various activities. Car driver desirable but not essential. 8 hours per week during school holidays only, 1:1
If you would like to register your details on our PA database please can you forward your up to date CV showing all your paid experience and training to our team, at firstname.lastname@example.org.