PA Opportunities

 

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

 

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

 

321230 / OL2 5 year old female with Global development Delay caused by congenital brain disorder. gastrostomy tube, right sided Hemiplegia. Support required Monday to Friday 6 - 8pm to support with evening routine plus an additional 4 hours over the weekend. 14 hours per week 1:1

 

196925 / OL2 - Adult elderly female with anxiety and memory issues. To support with general daily living, shopping and appointments. To co-work the package with a second PA covering for each other during sickness and holidays  - up to 5 hours per week 1:1 plus cover as required

 

319748 / OL8 - Adult female with advanced dementia - to provide home based and community support to access support groups. Weekend support will be required allowing family some respite from their caring role - upto 20 hours per week 1:1

 

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.

 

248416 / OL4 - 16 year old male in OL4 with a diagnosis of ADHD and Foetal Alcohol Syndrome. Can experience extreme levels of anger. Can very easily misunderstand and misinterpret situations. Can become volatile, resulting in wanting to harm them self. Can scream and shout, on occasion lash out or damage my belongings when angry.  Must be supervised at all times, no danger awareness.  Requires someone with patience and understanding, to support with independence and accessing activities. Working as part of team 5 Hours per week, 1:1

 

CC3074 / OL2 - Adult male with Cerebral Palsy, quadriparesis and Epilepsy. Reliant on support with all aspects of daily including personal care, including PEG management, moving and handling, accessing community activities and supporting with home schooling via tablet with school. Very limited verbal skill but can communicate by I-gazer and pointing to objects. Full training will be given to the right candidate and employment is subject to a DBS check. Various shifts available which include days/nights and weekends

 

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.

 

206736 / OL4 - 18 year old female in OL4 with ASD, anxiety, low confidence. Can be aggressive / abrupt, vulnerable, poor road safety and no stranger danger awareness. Needs support with gaining independence, confidence and life skills. 8  hours 1:1

 

96638 / OL2 - Adult female with complex needs and limited mobility. Working as part of a team to provide personal care routines to include, toileting, washing, showering dressing, eating as well as supporting the client to appointments and activities. Monday & Tuesday 17:00 to 19:00

 

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.

12.5 hours total per week,  Monday - Friday 1 hour AM and 1.5 hours PM.  Plus 6 Hours per week social activity support in non term time. 1:1

 

192265 / BL9 - 12 year old female in BL9.  Requires support for social opportunity, activities may include but not restricted to Horse riding, swimming and going to the cinema.  Needs Clear instructions and guidance to gain independence and confidence.

7 hours alternate weekends

 

 

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 info@sicasupport.co.uk.

 

 

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