Part Time Care and Support Assistant VM1

8 hours a week over a Monday and Thursday plus flexibility to cover sickness and holiday. I may need you to accompany me on holiday occasionally, but this will be individually negotiated, and I will cover all expenses.

£8.91 per hour.

Car owner essential.

About me.

I am a blind young lady in my 30s. I am looking for a flexible, hardworking, and easy-going personal assistant to help me be independent and fulfil my life. As my personal assistant your job will be to provide sighted assistance, with domestic tasks, to take me to and from leisure activities and to read/file paperwork for me. Plus prepare and cook meals. Animal lover and gardener would be an advantage.

About me.

I am a blind young lady in my 30s. I am looking for a flexible, hardworking, and easy-going personal assistant to help me be independent and fulfil my life. As my personal assistant your job will be to provide sighted assistance, with domestic tasks, to take me to and from leisure activities and to read/file paperwork for me.

 

Personal Assistant to Disabled Employer

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Salary £8.91 Per Hour.

Location Bobblestock

Hours 8 per week

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About Me

I am a totally blind lady, looking to employ someone to support me to fulfil day to day activities and tasks independently. No physical support is needed as I am totally mobile. I just need an extra pair of eyes. You must be friendly, honest, trustworthy, patient, and reliable. You must like dogs.

Job details

You will be required to do the following tasks and may be asked to carry out other tasks of a similar nature. I will inform you which tasks need carrying out on a particular day.

Housekeeping and gardening

  • Making and changing of beds, cleaning of rooms, dusting, laundry and ironing, etc.
  • Helping me to keep my garden looking nice and tending to my flowers.

 

Shopping

  • You would be helping me with shopping and other associated tasks, I would need you to carry bags etc

 

Preparation and cooking of some meals

  • You do not have to be a fantastic cook. You would need to wash up and leave the kitchen clean & tidy afterwards.

Driving

  • Driver required, you are required to have your car available for every shift, as I will need you to take me shopping, to leisure and social activities, and take me and my dog to the vet etc.

Hobbies and social activities

  • Supporting me to continue doing what I enjoy. Obtaining drinks, refreshments, and taking notes etc and with agreement coming with me on occasional visits to friends, family and on holidays (I will meet all agreed expenses).

 

Other small jobs

  • I will need your assistance with any other jobs that will help me remain independent e.g. helping to read and file papers and letters, as well as completing forms. Administration and financial experience would be a plus.

 

About You

You will need basic maths and literacy knowledge, basic IT skills will also be an advantage. Previous experience of similar work is desirable but not essential, as I will make sure you get the training you need.

You will have both basic cookery and gardening skills and be willing to attend any training needed e.g. first aid, manual handling etc.

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality, be patient, calm, be a good communicator and have a good sense of humour.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand a disabled person and their choices

Team work is important as well as being able to work on your own initiative, and have some flexibility to allow for holiday or sickness cover.

You will need to be a car driver/owner and be physically fit enough to undertake any manual handling needed.

About Direct Payments

Direct payments are available from Local Authorities for people who have a care and support plan in place following a social care assessment. An amount of money is allocated to purchase the assistance and care needed to live independently.

I should stress that I will be your employer and have full responsibility for recruitment, contracts, supervision, pay, training etc. A support service assists me in meeting my responsibilities as an employer.

Salary: This is a flat rate of pay that takes account of unsociable hours and weekend working.

Hours: These are the minimally contracted hours. If I require additional support at other times I will try to give as much notice as possible, an ability to be flexible would be an advantage

Part Time Care and Support Assistant MO

Cheerful and capable care and support assistant needed in Marden to support female wheelchair user with personal and domestic tasks, hobbies, outings and supporting an independent lifestyle. Experience not as important as being friendly and being willing to get stuck in.

I’m a lady in my sixties and use a wheelchair after contracting polio as a child. I need some support with personal care, housekeeping, cooking and being taken to and supported at social events and medical appointments.

16 hours per week at £8.91 per hour. Driver essential.

Rolling rota of 2 days per week

Wk 1 – Monday and Tuesday

Wk 2 – Tuesday and Wednesday

Wk 3 – Friday and Saturday

To apply please send a CV to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk

Personal Assistant to Disabled Employer

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Salary £8.91 Per Hour.

Location Marden

Hours 16 + occasional overnight cover

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About Me

I am in my late 60s and have 2 grown up children who live in Hereford. I currently live approx. 3 miles north of Hereford. Due to Polio when I was 5, I now have to use a wheelchair at all times. I am also experiencing post-polio syndrome, which causes considerable pain at times, plus severe fatigue and weakness. However, I do intend to carry on being in charge of my own life, and would like the personal assistant alongside me as I am very clear about how I like things to be done.

Job details

Personal care.

  • You would be helping me with tasks such as hair washing, and If I am unwell, assisting me as necessary.

Housekeeping

  • Making and changing of beds, cleaning of rooms, dusting, laundry and ironing, etc.

Shopping

  • I would need you to help me out of my vehicle and load and unload wheelchair, bags etc.

Preparation and cooking of some meals

  • You do not have to be a fantastic cook. You would need to wash up and leave the kitchen clean & tidy afterwards.

Supporting me at various events and social activities

  • Driving me and accompanying me to social/business meetings and hospital appointments in order to provide physical assistance as needed, e.g. access to venues, obtaining refreshments, writing brief notes.

Other small jobs

  • e.g. helping to sort papers and letters.

About You

You will need basic maths and literacy knowledge, basic IT skills will also be an advantage. Previous experience of similar work is desirable but not essential, as I will make sure you get the training you need.

You will have both basic cookery and gardening skills and be willing to attend any training needed e.g. first aid, manual handling etc.

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality, be patient, calm, be a good communicator and have a good sense of humour.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand a disabled person and their choices

Team work is important as well as being able to work on your own initiative, and have some flexibility to allow for holiday or sickness cover.

You will need to be a car driver/owner and be physically fit enough to undertake any manual handling needed.

About Direct Payments

Direct payments are available from Local Authorities for people who have a care and support plan in place following a social care assessment. An amount of money is allocated to purchase the assistance and care needed to live independently.

I should stress that I will be your employer and have full responsibility for recruitment, contracts, supervision, pay, training etc. A support service assists me in meeting my responsibilities as an employer.

Salary: This is a flat rate of pay that takes account of unsociable hours and weekend working.

Hours: These are the minimally contracted hours. If I require additional support at other times I will try to give as much notice as possible, an ability to be flexible would be an advantage

Part Time Care and Support Assistant – RF

Fun and enthusiastic Care and Support Assistant needed in Stoke Prior to support a teenage girl with Downs Syndrome. I love music and you would be supporting me with this as well as playing games, doing puzzles, and reading with me.

I would like a PA to help me with my singing, it would be a massive plus if you also enjoy this or if you play an instrument, don’t worry if not, you’ll just need to be willing to join in!

10 hours per week, flexible hours.

£10 per hour.

 

To apply please send a CV to PA-Recruitment@s4il.co.uk

Personal Assistant to Disabled Employer

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Salary £10 Per Hour.

Location Stoke Prior, outside of Leominster

Hours 10 hours per week

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About Me

I am a 18-year-old girl and I live in Herefordshire with my parents. I have Downs Syndrome and associated learning difficulties. I would like a PA to help do some puzzles, play some board games, listen to music, watch a movie, make some tea. If you play an instrument that is a major plus because we can play together in the music room. I am looking to start an Instagram account about my musical history and aspirations. However, I do not own a smartphone and would love if someone has a lap top or smart phone that we can register and get going, do posts, etc

My speech is somewhat limited, but I can understand most of what is being said to me

Job details

Housekeeping

  • You would be assisting me with some domestic tasks for example keeping my bedroom tidy.

Preparation and cooking of some meals

  • You do not have to be a fantastic cook. You would need to wash up and leave the kitchen clean & tidy afterwards.

Hobbies and social activities

  • Supporting me to continue doing what I enjoy.
  • To assist with any personal care needs, obtaining drinks and refreshments and taking notes.
  • With agreement coming with me on occasional visits to friends, family and on holidays (I will meet all agreed expenses).

Other small jobs

  • e.g. helping to sort papers and letters

About You

You will need basic maths and literacy knowledge, basic IT skills will also be an advantage. Previous experience of similar work is desirable but not essential, as I will make sure you get the training you need.

You will have both basic cookery and gardening skills and be willing to attend any training needed e.g. first aid, manual handling etc.

You must be able to understand the importance of confidentiality, be patient, calm, be a good communicator and have a good sense of humour.

A good attitude to independence is important to understand a disabled person and their choices

Teamwork is important as well as being able to work on your own initiative, and have some flexibility to allow for holiday or sickness cover.

You will preferably need to be a car driver/owner and be physically fit enough to undertake any manual handling needed.

About Direct Payments

Direct payments are available from Local Authorities for people who have a care and support plan in place following a social care assessment. An amount of money is allocated to purchase the assistance and care needed to live independently.

I should stress that my mother will be your employer and have full responsibility for recruitment, contracts, supervision, pay, training etc. A support service assists me in meeting my responsibilities as an employer.

Salary: This is a flat rate of pay that takes account of unsociable hours and weekend working.

Hours: These are the minimally contracted hours. If I require additional support at other times I will try to give as much notice as possible, an ability to be flexible would be an advantage.