Getting started

Looking for a personal assistant? Want to take the worry out of employing a personal assistant?

We are here to help

With the help of a PA, you could have full support with everything you want to achieve. This includes but is not limited to:

Personal care and support
at home and work
Learn life skills –
cooking, cleaning, finances
Enjoying recreational activities
Travel training to different places Meet new people and try new things Supporting you at work


Step by step: getting started

A Support Coordinator will come and meet with you and find out about your support needs, the times you would like support and what outcomes you want to achieve with support.

With this information we can then go through our database of personal assistants to see who matches your needs best.

We will look at:

  • hobbies and interests
  • care and support experience
  • training and courses they have completed
  • in certain circumstances we may consider their gender and physical fitness to ensure they can support your personal care needs

We will introduce you to PAs who match your needs and support you to decide who you would like to use.

Call us to find out more 01483 806806



Personal Assistance

Providing professional and caring support is at the heart of our service. Supporting you to learn life skills, increase independence, build confidence and enable you to have a wider range of life choices.

Case Study

John is 25 years old and has to use a wheelchair to get around. His mum and dad are the only people available to take him out, so often trips have had to be time limited. At weekends John likes to do social things. He has to have help with his personal care and “styling” for his trips out. Now that he has his new PA, John:

goes to a wide range of activities, including gym sessions, cinema and food shopping
has help with his personal care and “styling” for his trips out
enjoys help to experiment with new recipes

“Having my own PA has made me feel really independent and that I can control my life. I no longer have to rely on my mum and dad for absolutely everything”

Case Study

Ann is 73 years old and is recovering from a severe stroke which has left her partially sighted and with some difficulty walking.

Having a PA means that Ann: goes to the hairdresser once a week, has rejoined friends at a weekly tea dance and has help with personal care and housework


“Having a PA has made all the difference in helping me rebuild 
my life after the stroke”

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