Personal Assistants are approved support staff who offer a range of individual support and care to disabled children and young people. Parents and carers contact personal assistant themselves to make enquiries and arrangements.
The Disabled Children's Service hold a list of people who have registered their interest to be a personal assistant - details are published below.
Before making contact with a personal assistant, read the Personal Assistant Disclaimer
How to register your interest of being a personal assistant?
If you are interested in working with disabled children and young people - Register your interest
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999 - only ring in an emergency when there is serious risk of injury, risk of serious damage to property, or a crime in progress.
Otherwise ring the numbers shown below (click on the links for more information):
101 - use for Police non-emergency matters, for example to report a crime and other concerns
111 - use for Health non-emergency and urgent medical advice