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Become A Personal Assistant

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Little Girl
"I love working as a PA. The hours are so flexible and I find it very rewarding to be able to assist someone to live a fulfilled life."

Working as a Personal Assistant:

Do you want a job that truly makes a difference? We work with individuals with disabilities who are looking to employ personal assistants. You will be caring and passionate with a focus on enabling individuals to remain living independently in their own homes.


What are Personal Assistants?

A Personal Assistant (PA) is someone employed to provide support with daily living tasks for an individual assessed as needing assistance by social services. This is made possible by the individual in need receiving local council payments known as direct payments to employ their own support staff.


Personal Assistants duties can vary depending on the support needs of the individual including any of the following: 

  • Personal care

  • Engaging in social activities

  • Domestic assistance

  • Accompanying people to appointments


The benefits of working as a PA:

  • Working on a one to one basis

  • It facilitates a more personal relationship

  • Range of working hours are available making it possible to fit around other commitments

  • You can apply for more than one vacancy and work for more than one employer

  • Duties vary from engaging in social activities, personal care, assisting with transport & accompanying to appointments

  • Experience not necessarily required as full training can be provided by your employer

  • Some vacancies may be subject to a DBS check 

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