Uemploy supports people with a learning disability to employ their own personal assistant (PA).
Uemploy supports people with a learning disability to employ their own personal assistant.
If you have a direct payment and you are thinking about having a personal assistant (PA), we can give you the support you need.
We have produced a set of factsheets about the Children and Families Act. We focus in particular on the changes for children with special educational needs (SEN). Read more here and download the free factsheets.
We give information and support on employing your own personal assistant (PA). Follow the link to read about the different stages, download our free guides and get in touch with us to arrange support.
If you are interested in being a personal assistant (PA), please visit Becoming a PA, to read about joining our PA pool.
We have a guide to understanding employment - what the words mean. This is a list of words that are used lots when we talk about employing a personal assistant (PA). The list has simple explanations of each word to help you understand them.
We have recently written some factsheets on the Care Act. The Care Act is a new law about the care and support everyone should receive. Read more about the law and download the free factsheets on our Care Act page.
If you want to find out more about anything you read on our website, have a look at the links to extra information.
If you would like to get in touch with us now to ask a question or discuss how we can support you, please contact us.