Personal Assistants Offering Support in the Community - Provided by Pennine Social Care

Personal Assistants Offering Support in the Community - Provided by Pennine Social Care

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If you require one-to-one support from a Personal Assistant (PA), whether for a physical condition, Learning Disability, autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) or multiple/complex disabilities, Pennine Social Care can help to find the right staff for you.

All of our support staff are fully trained on an annual basis, subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and a minimum of two references. Whether you have a personal budget or are looking to self-fund part or all of your care, we offer highly competitive rates to ensure you maximise the value of the care you receive.

We can sensitively assist you to access the services, amenities and experiences that are important for you to live an independent, fulfilling life. Our support staff can help you to prepare for, travel to and get the most out of:

  • Community groups

  • Day services

  • Medical appointments

  • Physiotherapy and hydrotherapy

  • Shopping

  • Food preparation

  • Social activities and day trips

 

To make a booking or to enquire further about our PA service, please call 0161 626 0023

Contact Details

Organiser

Elliot Sparks

Job Title/Position

Managing Director

Organiser Address

Rhodes Bank Chambers, 184-188 Union Street, Greater Manchester OL1 1EN

Mobile Number

07753 227494

Telephone Number

0161 6260023

Location

Times & Dates

Date(s) Info

Personal support is available 24 hours a day.

Time of Day

Evening, Afternoon, Morning

Session Information

Visits can last from 30 minutes up to full days/nights.

Notes

Referral Notes

Referrals from social workers, health professionals and/or other agencies are always welcome, but are not an essential requirement.

We are more than happy to speak to you directly, or to a family member or advocate on your behalf.

The Bury Directory

Service Information

Coverages:

North West

Target Audiences:

Adults, Older people (over 65)

Support Groups:

Physical impairment, Autism, Mental health conditions

Links for information

Last updated 16 July 2021

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