Working together to change lives

PA Pages is a one stop shop for personal assistants and Direct Payment recipients. Whether you are a personal assistant looking for work or you receive a Direct Payment and you need some support. PA Pages is here to help.

PA Pages brings together personal assistants, individual employers, and training in one place, simplifying the process of finding your perfect role, or the best person to suit your care and support needs.

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For personal assistants

You can use PA Pages to advertise your availability, apply for roles and stay up to date with the latest health and social care news and information.

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For employers

You can advertise your vacancies, view personal assistants available for work and read the latest health and social care news and information.

Latest News

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Government announces significant change to fit notes
New legislation to allow a wider range of healthcare professionals to certify fit notes has been introduced by the government to ease pressure on GPs. From 1 July 2022 nurses, occupational therapists, pharmacists, and physiotherapists are all able to legally certify fit notes. If your employee has been off work with illness for more than ... Read more
Disability charity creates free recruitment and training resource for disabled employers and their care staff
Independent Lives has launched PA Pages, an innovative online service which lists personal assistants looking for work as well as disabled employers looking for people to support them to live independently. Personal assistants provide social and domestic support to help disabled people, and people with health and social care needs lead independent lives. Visitors to ... Read more
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Independent Lives awarded contract to provide support to East Sussex residents
Independent Lives has been awarded a contract from East Sussex County Council to provide support to disabled people in the county. The service will ensure that recipients of Direct Payments have access to support from highly trained and experienced staff. Support is provided by a phone line, website, a range of factsheets, handbooks and where ... Read more
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