CX631 / Personal assistant / HU8 Area / 6hours / £11.58

The following vacancy is advertised directly by the disabled person/ representative who receives support from the Direct Payment Support Service. Successful applicants will be employed directly by the disabled person/representative not Choices and Rights. It is important to note Choices and Rights are acting on the employer’s behalf and we cannot be held responsible for any actions arising out of your employment.

Please Quote Ref: CX631
Location: HU8 area of Hull
Rate of pay: £11.58
Hours: 6 hrs per week
Days: To be discussed at interview
Vacancies: 1

Further Information: A friendly and confident personal assistant is required to support a 5 year old child, working under the direction of Mum who is the main carer. He has Global Development Delay, a brain condition called Periventricular Leukomalacia, Hyper Mobility and is awaiting an Autism Assessment. Although he is non- verbal he is able to demonstrate some of his needs by taking you to want he wants or bringing you want he wants. He may tap or hit you on the arm when he wants you to play or get him something. He will also use his school objects as a reference system. He is a happy and content little boy who likes to be on the go all the time, he loves to be outside, running around the park and fields and he loves water play and trampolines. He does become tired after been on the go all day and may kick his legs out in pain, he may also press down on his legs to demonstrate pain there. He can become frustrated when over tired and will cry and sometimes hit out at himself or others. Routine is important and during the school holidays the PA will need to try and maintain his usual routine as he becomes upset when off school for long periods. Full personal care will be necessary.

“Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory checking report from the Disclosure and Barring Service, the cost of which will be met by the local authority/employer.”

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