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Enabling people to live as individually and
independently as possible and supporting
them to achieve their goals and aspirations

Role of a Live In Care Assistant

Supporting Our Clients

As a live in personal care assistant (PA) you will work 1:2:1 with physically disabled children or adults assisting them to live an independent and active life.

Duties may include getting the client in and out of bed, washing, dressing, cleaning, shopping, toileting and general household tasks (everyday living activities). It may also be necessary to drive the client’s car and accompany them to work, social events and appointments or even on holiday.

Assignments are flexible and vary in length. Paid travel to and from work within England and Wales, food and accommodation is provided whilst on assignment.

A Truly Rewarding Career

Being a live in carer with Active Assistance is a great way to gain valuable experience and recognised qualifications, which are vital to further your career in the health, social or welfare sectors. We have a network of clinical and non-clinical teams to provide training and support you in your role.

All our live in carers are required to attend and complete our four day award winning training course. The training course includes first aid, moving and handling, medication, food hygiene, personal care. Our training fully prepares you for your first assignment and we provide on-going personal development to ensure career progression is achievable.

I enjoyed the challenge of working with individuals and their different needs, as well as becoming stronger and more tolerant. I liked knowing that I was helping others to lead a more active and independent life”

We have jobs available across the country, please apply using our live in application form. Our dedicated recruitment team look forward to hearing from you.

If you wish to search our wider database for other roles within Active Assistance, visit our jobs page.

Please note that Active Assistance welcomes candidates from the EU to join their valuable workforce in the UK. The UK is still currently a member of the EU. We are keeping all employees informed on changes and we support our Care Workers through current Brexit uncertainty.

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