Personal Care Assistant

Job Reference
8607 (KW)
Salary Description
£12.37 p/hr
Contract Type
Rossett ,

Job: Personal Care Assistant 

Hourly rate: £12.37 p/hr 

Hours per week: 8 hrs

Please note this is a post where you are working directly for the Citizen or Employer acting on behalf of the Citizen and not for WCBC. WCBC advertise on behalf of Direct Payment employers.


An (Enhanced) DBS check will be required for this post. Paid for by Employer, if you are on the Update website please inform the Employer within your application.

Summary of role:

I am an 9 year old girl living at home with my mum, dad and 3 sisters.


I am a very social person and love being around people. I like to do the same things most 9 year olds like to do, but I need support with those activities.


I like playing in my garden on my swing and trampoline. I also like getting out and about to places like the park, the swimming pool, soft play centres and the shops. I enjoy going on my bike, and I enjoy trying new experiences and challenges. I also like quiet time and watching TV, reading books, jigsaws etc.


I have diagnosis of cerebral palsy. When I’m indoors I can walk around independently, but when I am outdoors I may need more support. When outdoors on hard surfaces I would need my PA to hold my hand. This is for safety and to stop me falling over and potentially hurting myself.


I have epilepsy and I may need lifesaving medication for when I do go into a seizure. Training will be provided to be able to deliver this.


I use different ways to communicate. I have some words but mainly use Makaton and my communication device. I would like my PA to use Makaton and help me with my device - training can be provided.

Summary of Duties:

I would like my PA to be fun, kind, patient, and energetic, be able to support me with the things I find difficult to do and be a good communicator.


·       To be able to support me and my medical needs, training to be provided for Buccal Midazolam.


·       To support the young person to access social, recreational and voluntary opportunities


·       To support the young person with personal care such as toileting and getting dressed/ undressed.


·       To provide some support to the young person at mealtimes e.g. cutting up food/ helping with drinking.


·       To support the young person to work on independent living skills.


Candidates must be able to drive with a clean driving licence and access to a car (preferable).





Emergency first aid

Buccal Training

Moving and Handling Training

Epilepsy Training


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