Providing physically disabled children and adults with personal assistance can be a truly gratifying and extremely fulfilling career.
A role as a personal care assistant (PA) with Active Assistance is a great way to gain valuable experience which could be important to you should you wish to further your career within the health, social or welfare sectors.
Beata – Qualified Physiotherapist “ Whilst studying Physiotherapy I worked as a PA with people with Spinal Cord injury and Muscular Dystrophy. This gave me invaluable experience and an understanding of challenges that clients face in their own home. It also gave me an opportunity to see how professionals work together in the community. The PA experience enabled me to find a direction in my career and I am now working as a Care Service Manager for Active Assistance which I find to be a fulfilling and rewarding professional practice".
Active Assistance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults and children. All applicants must be willing to undergo the appropriate screening, including checks with past employers and an Enhanced Disclosure via the Criminal Records Bureau.
This position is exempt from the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006 as per section 8(2).
Active Assistance, a UK based care agency in Sevenoaks, Kent provides live-in and live-out care services for physically disabled adults and children, specialising in supporting people with a spinal cord injury and neurological conditions across England and Wales.
Any degree accepted. The role as a PA is ideal experience for students or graduates of Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Psychology and Health and Social Care.
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