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  1. PA Pool provides members with a browsable database of PAs (also known as Personal Assistants or Carers) and PA Users (also known as Personal Assistant Employers or PAE), where information about each person, plus who or what they are looking for, can be accessed at…
  2. The helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5pm; a call back service is provided for those who call out of hours.
    The Patients Association is the national non-disease specific helpline for anyone trying to navigate the often complex health and social care systems in the UK. The helpline service is free and confidential. The practical information and guidance the helpline gives covers:  access to treatments how to…
  3. PayPacket Ltd We provide fully managed payroll services for Service Users who are employing their own Carer / PA funded by a direct payment / personal budget.  We manage the payroll completely and are the payroll department for our clients. We:                                   Calculate wage payments , tax, national…
  4. Acute admission assessment ward for older persons with mental health issues. Some service users may be admitted and or detained under sections of the Mental Health Act. We provide acute inpatient mental health care for older adults. You can expect a full and comprehensive mental…
  5. The Pension Service is part of the Pension, Disability and Carers Service (PDCS) which is an executive agency of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). It provides its customers with pensions, benefits and retirement information – for example, State Pension and Pension Credit. Help…
  6. The ECO Service works with the most needy and vulnerable people in the community. These are people with complex needs. These needs include: Drug and alcohol dependency; mental health; homelessness; Anti-Social behaviour; Fleeing Violence; learning difficulties and immigrations issues. Self referral and referral via professionals.…
  7. The nature of the services which Practical Care will provide varies from personal care, health care, dietary care, domestic or household services, live-in service, help with outdoor visits, daytime sit-in service and over-night attendance or sleep-over service. Phone: 0203 196 7072 / 0208 446 3688…
  8. Prestige Network, the longest established and experienced 'language' provider in this field. We already work with a number of councils and Public Sector businesses throughout the UK including Islington Council and we have recently been awarded the OGC contract. With over 20 years experience in…
  9. Private tenants and landlords now only have to remember one number for all their housing queries. It’s now easier for tenants to get through to the right person for advice about renting a property in the private rented sector, complaints or queries about repairs and…
  10. Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm
    Knowing about money is an important life skill these days. Get Set is a course for parents to help them pass on practical money skills and the habits and norms we need to make them work for us. The course consists of four group workshops…
  11. A Recovery College brings together two sets of expertise - professional and experience - in a non-stigmatising college environment with the same systems as other educational  establishments. All of the courses provided at the college are designed to contribute towards wellbeing and recovery. People who…
  12. Refuge is the national charity which provides a wide range of specialist domestic violence services to women and children experiencing domestic violence. On any given day our services support over 2,800 women and children.Refuge's national network of services includes safe emergency accommodation, advocacy, outreach, culturally…
  13. The Regard Partnership provides flexible and personalised support for people with Learning Disabilities, Mental Health needs or Acquired Brain Injuries across more than 120 supported living services and residential care homes in England and Wales. We also operate services for children with Learning Disabilities and…
  14. Registering as blind or partially sighted Visit your GP or optician if you’re having problems with your sight. They can refer you to a consultant ophthalmologist (eye specialist) who will be able to assess whether you qualify to register as sight impaired (partially sighted) or severely…
  15. Remap is a very special charity, working through a nationwide network of dedicated volunteers. These inspiring people use their ingenuity and skills to help people with disabilities to achieve much-desired independence in some aspect of their lives, or to enjoy leisure opportunities previously closed to…