ALL ABOUT US
Independent Living Brokerage Partnership Ltd is a brokerage service who will support you to manage your Direct Payment, Personal Health Budget or act as your Appointee. we will help you to employ staff to meet your individual needs.
ILBP provide person centred support for a wide range of people with different support needs.
We believe strongly that the key to success is empowerment and teamwork from all parties involved in our clients' budget.
We have been operating successfully for over 5 years, supporting people in the North West of England
At ILBP our role is to support and empower our clients to have the right support to lead the lives they want to lead.
ILBP provides brokerage management to our customers to enable them to remain in control of their personal budgets.
Advertise for recruitment of staff/support with employment
Manage the money you receive for your care
Make payments to your care provider
Work with other professionals to ensure your needs are met
Organise insurances and other legal requirements
Face to Face initial visits with Yourself and Potential employee
Bespoke Designing and Costing of Your Personal Support Plan
Finding Creative Ways to Organise Your Support
Helping You to Chose Alternative Services
Negotiation and Payment on Your Behalf for Holiday Respite, Equipment and Club Memberships
On Going Support
Strategic Placement of Staff Advertisements to Ensure the Best Candidates are Targeted for Your Care.
Person Centred Recruitment of Staff to Enable You to Find the Support You are Looking For.
DBS Checks and Insurance
Contracts of Employment
ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND PAYROLL SERVICES
Direct Payment Management
Responsive Online Banking Facility
Account Management in the form of Your Own Personal Named Bank Account
Bespoke Support Plans are Generated for Each Individual
Payments Can be Made in to Your Account from External Sources.
A Complete Payroll Service that can be Tailored to Your Needs.
Registration and Compliance with HMRC
Employees holiday entitlement is calculated For You
Ensure compliance with pension regulations
M26 – Radcliffe – PA Required for a young man who has just turned 18. J has a diagnosis of Autism, ADHD and epilepsy. PA role would be to assist with changing bedding, budgeting, supporting in the home and out in the community as and when required. The ideal candidate would be patient as this is a new service to the young man. 28 Hours per week which can be flexible.
Rate of Pay £9.00ph (Job Reference JW)
BL9 – Lady with acquired brain injury following stroke requires a PA to join her team of PA’s. Role will include personal and continence care, support throughout the day with oversight of health and care needs, assist with meals and drinks.
The hours and days required are two days per week to include alternate Saturdays ie Week 1 Monday & Wednesday 8am – 5.30pm (with a 1 hour lunch break unpaid) and Week 2 Monday and Saturday 8am – 5.30pm (with a 1 hour lunch break unpaid).
Rate of Pay £8.91 per hour (Job Reference CR)
Bury/Bolton – PA required to support a young gentleman who has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and other health conditions. The suitable candidate would like dogs, enjoy football/sports and be adventurous! An organised PA who is outgoing with a confident caring nature would be ideal.
The hours are minimum of 27 per week which will be weekdays and include alternate weekends – these may include overnight stays. Driver essential. Training and DBS checks will be required and provided. £11.00 per hour day hours and £12.50 per hour waking night. (Job Reference DW)
BL9 – PA required to support a young gentleman in Bury. (R) has sever epilepsy and learning disability, he also has severe visual impairment. PA would be expected to provide personal care, support to feed and support to ensure his room is clean. PA would also be taking (R) out for walks in his wheelchair. Support will be given to fit into regular routine
Hours required are;
Tuesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays 10.30am - 1pm
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 10.30am - 11.45 am (getting client ready to go day care services)
Support will be given to fit into regular routine
Rate of Pay £8.91 per hour (Job Reference RB)
BL9 – 2 x Female PA’s required to support a lady in the Bury area who has been diagnosed with Osteogenesis Imperfectia (Brittle Bones) (K) requires support with household tasks, support in the community and cooking (Asian cooking specifically). PA must be able to push (k) in her wheelchair to access the community. Driver Essential.
Hours required are Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 1 PA for 6 hours per week (2 days) and a 2nd PA for 4 hours per week (1 day)
Rate of Pay £9.00 per hour (Job Reference KZ)
BL8 - Young lady with a visual impairment requires a female PA for support with shopping, household tasks and support to appointments (when required). Driver preferred but not essential.
16 Hours per week to spread over 4 days.
Rate of Pay £9.00 per hour (Job Reference AH)
Manchester Uni – A motivated and enthusiastic PA required to support a young lady with cooking, cleaning, shopping, and accessing the community. (T) is a Paralympic swimmer who has a diagnosis of cerebral palsy and spastic diplegia. T currently attends Manchester University, and the ideal candidate would be flexible to fit around lectures.
Cooking 3 hrs, Cleaning, shopping etc 2hrs, Community 3hrs, Flexible to fit around lectures.
Rate of Pay £10.00 per hour (Job Reference TK)
Stretford – Service user looking for support with household tasks, support showering, cooking, shopping and eventually accessing the community. They would prefer an LGBT PA who is able to support with maintaining independence. Must have a ‘work with’ approach rather than ‘do for’. Hours are 2 hours per day – 7 days a week preferably around 2pm - 4pm however this could be flexible.
£10.00 per hour (Job Reference PC)
WA15 – Hale - Female looking for support with household tasks, cooking, shopping and accessing the community. Helping with keeping her environment free from trip hazards and would prefer a PA who is able to support with maintaining independence. Must have a ‘work with’ approach rather than ‘do for’. PA needs to be able to work in a structured environment. 10 hours per week. LGBT friendly employer.
Rate of Pay £8.91 per hour (Job Reference JP)
OL3 - Uppermill-Female PA required to support a 53 year old lady who has cerebral palsy. The PA would support with holding the phone so (P) can have bereavement counselling over the phone. No care is expected to be given as the lady has other support and helpline in place. (T) has an electric wheelchair, PA would take the lady out to places of her choice – shopping and to the local pub.
(P) would prefer support for 2 hours on a Tuesday afternoon and 2 hours on alternate Friday/Saturday afternoons. £10.00ph (Job Reference PT)
OL8 - (J) is a polite and pleasant 34-year-old man who has many interests. He experiences paranoid schizophrenia which is well managed at present. He also exhibits traits of Autism and OCD with a mild learning disability.
Support is required on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays from 14:30-16:30. There would be some flexibility with days although these should remain spread out.
There would be a little flexibility with time also although however it would have to be in the afternoons and not mornings. It is important for J to build a good rapport with a PA and ideally, he would like someone of a similar age with similar interests. Joshua enjoys cycling and fixing bikes, would like to try rock climbing, and has enjoyed gardening.
J would require support to establish a routine and structure in his week, e.g., using calendars for reminders/appointments etc.
PA role would include Monitoring mood/Mental Health/Vulnerability as possible, checking medication, prompting with personal hygiene as appropriate, support with managing correspondence and with form-filling, liaising with other agencies, making appointments. Support and encourage re: setting up home-unpacking etc, cleaning/tidying home, doing laundry, other household chores, checking food to ensure not out of date and encouragement with cooking. Support to set up and go to pay bills, food shopping. Support with accessing groups.
Support to attend Clozaril clinic at Royal Oldham Hospital 1 x every 4 weeks and to attend psychiatric appointments and any other appointments, as necessary.
£10.00 Per Hour (Job Reference JO)
OL2 – High Crompton - Support required for a gentleman on a Thursday 12-4 and Friday 10-2 there are also additional hours to be utilised as and when needed. He loves power walking, the theatre, swimming at the gym, eating out and having fun! He is kind and caring and loves to chat.
Thursday 12-4, to go out for lunch and then to work for a couple of hours for brewing up and chatting to elderly residents who live in an extra care setting. Friday 10-12 to go to work, duties as above. The right candidate would ideally be a good communicator and have some experience working with people who experience autism. Driver preferred.
Rate of Pay £10.00 per hour (Job Reference OM)
OL4 – Young lady with cerebral palsy looking for support from x2 female PA’s, 9am and 9pm for 1 hour each visit. Needs support with personal care and uses a hoist to transfer. Also needs support with social activities for an additional 6 hours per week from 1 PA.
Rate of Pay £10.00 per hour (Job Reference CF)
OL10 Heywood - Lady who has a diagnosis of ME, requires female PA to support with shopping, supporting to appointments (as and when required), general household duties and meal prep. This post is on a temporary basis to cover maternity leave. 14 Hours per week (Weekdays and can be flexible)
Rate of Pay £10.00 per hour (Reference CG)
SK3 Shaw Heath– Young gentleman with Autism requires a male PA to support to access the community and with social interaction. The hours will usually be split over 2 days approx. 4/5 hours on a Friday and the remaining hours to be used on a weekend or a weekday evening to support (N) swimming – support will be required with drying after. Driver essential, (N) has a wheelchair so the car would ideally be able to accommodate this. PA must be reliable and punctual.
Rate of Pay £10.00ph (Job Reference NSh)
SK6 – Marple - Support required for an elderly lady living in the Marple area. Duties are to include food prep and general house duties ie washing, support changing bedding, making a meal. The ideal candidate would have experience in care and good communication skills.
Hours are 4pm – 6.30pm Saturdays and 1 Sunday per month 4.30pm – 6.30pm.
Rate £8.72 per hour. (Job Reference EC)
SK4 Heaton Chapel - PA Required to support a gentleman for 3 hours each weekend. (A) suffers with Hypertension, Rheumatoid arthritis, Osteoarthritis, a leaking heart valve and some short-term memory impairment. He is at risk of falls due to decreased mobility and hypertension. He has previously fractured his right hip as a result of a fall. (A) has problems with the bones in his feet and they cause him great pain and discomfort. He sees a Chiropodist on a private basis to help manage this. (A) is visually impaired due to Glaucoma, he is also hard of hearing and is supposed to wear hearing aids however he will often take these out as he is very sensitive to noise.
1.5 hours at around 10am on both Saturday and Sunday mornings to support with personal care, preparing meals and medication.
£10.00 per hour (Job Reference AF)
SK3 - Davenport – Female PA’s required to provide sit in support overnights. (M) has a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease and anxiety. Support is required to sit with (M) at night in case she awakes and becomes anxious and requires re-assurance. Experience of working with Mental health would be helpful.
Hours required are 11pm – 6am 7days per week. More than 1 PA required.
Rate of Pay £9.23 per hour (Job Reference MR)
SK6 - Marple - PA required to support a young lady with all daily living tasks. (C) has a diagnosis of Fowlers Syndrome and Spondylosis. The suitable candidate will ensure that support is provided with personal care including showering/dressing, meal preparation, household tasks, assist with medication, hospital appointments and engaging in community activities (when possible).
10 Hours per week - Monday and Tuesday 5 hours per day at £10.00ph (Job Reference CG)
SK2 - Offerton – Female PA required to support a lady who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Dementia. (I) is a pleasant lady, who loves to be around people and has a great sense of humour. Family will support with shopping, washing and housework. (I) is a smoker so the right candidate would not mind this.
A 1 hour visit at around 11.00 am to wake, encourage to get up, support to wash and change clothes, support to make a light meal, prompt medication.
A 1 hour visit around 5 or 6 pm to check she’s ok and make an evening meal.
Rate of pay £9.00 per hour (Job Reference IL)
SK8 Cheadle – PA Support required for a lady with fibromyalgia. (D) requires support to access the community and confidence building. Support is also required around some aspects of daily living including cooking. Ideal candidate would be a non-smoker, reliable and trustworthy and easy going. Would prefer afternoons.
Rate of Pay £8.91 per hour (Job Reference DT)
SK8 Cheadle Hulme – Support required for a lady with a brain injury. Prompting tasks and supporting in tasks around the home. Monday and Wednesday 2 hours per day. 3 weekends per month 2 hours each day. Can be flexible.
Rate of Pay £8.91 per hour (Job Reference VF)
SK6 Marple – Young male requires PA support. Some days would require am support with morning routine, support with transfers (support out of bed on to the toilet and then into chair). The majority of the support is to access the community or activities at home. (A) is very outgoing and loves a laugh! He enjoys watching sports and socialising with friends, going to the pub and just being around people!
Hours are 26.5 per week which can be flexible however would preferably include 2/3 morning per week.
Rate of Pay £9.23 per hour (Job Reference AMG)