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
BL9 - 12-year-old horse-mad girl looking for a PA to support her in a range of activities, accessing other activities and learning in the community, possibly including some time outdoors with horses (in all seasons). The ideal PA will be familiar with PDA and de-escalation strategies, though training is available. Willingness to adopt unconventional approaches and a great deal of flexibility to meet bespoke complex needs is more important. The PA will be calm, reliable, trustworthy, patient and have a strong sense of humour. Excellent communication with family and others working with her is essential. Own car required (mileage costs covered). Hours are 9.30 - 10.15 (collection from home and drop off at equestrian provision); then approx. 1pm until 4pm Monday to Thursday, plus Fridays (details TBC but either similar to Mon-Thu or around 5 hours from 10am onwards) with some school holiday and occasional evening and weekend work. Hours to be discussed – position may be shared by more than one PA. Some flexibility is required. There will be a slow introduction to enable her to build a relationship before increasing to full hours. There is opportunity for introductions and some work through the summer holidays. Rate of pay £12.00 per hour. (Job Reference EB)
BL8 - PA required for a gentleman who enjoys accessing the outdoors. (P) enjoys nature, watching the grand prix, visiting war/science/history museums. He also enjoys attending the golf range however can only access all of these with support. (P) has a diagnosis of Parkinson's and dementia (short term memory loss). 4 Hours per week very flexible to support access the community and provide respite for his wife. £10.00ph (Job Reference PT)
BL8 - Young lady with a visual impairment requires support on a Friday with shopping and household tasks. Driver Preferred but not essential. £9.00ph (Job Reference AH)
M45 – Support required for a 77 year old lady with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Support required includes full personal care, 4 times a day at breakfast (between 7am and 9am), lunch (between 12pm and 2pm), tea (between 4pm and 6pm), and bedtime (between 9pm and 11pm). Meals need to be at least 4 hours apart as this ensures J will eat at least 3 times a day. Administering medication, showering/bodywash, changing clothes as needed, ensuring J has a fresh pad on at regular intervals during these visits as J has a tendency to not look after get personal care at all, making sandwiches/meals using microwave, toaster, kettle. Laundry, (a bed change is usually needed at least once per day), spending time at each visit talking and playing dominoes, cards or watching tv with J. 2 hours of shopping each week is also included in these hours too. Rate of pay £8.72 per hour weekdays and £9.50 per hour at weekends. (Job Reference JMP)
WA15 – 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 @ £8.75 per hour. LGBT friendly employer. (Job Reference JP)
M24 - PA required to support a lady access the community. J likes to attend social groups including keep fit. Driver preferred and a knowledge of epilepsy would be advantageous. 17 Hours per week plus 5 nights respite per month Respite weekends also required. £10.00 PH (Ref JOR)
SK7 - Lady with complex health needs requires a PA to join her existing team who support with all aspects of daily living. Would prefer a female with experience of providing care for people with neurological conditions (but not essential).
Mon 1.5 hours 7pm Bedtime visit
Tuesdays 2.5-3 hours 5-8pm tea/bed call meds and stoma care
Thursday 2.5 3 hours 5-8pm tea/bed call meds and stoma care
Friday 12md 2.5 hours lunch call, medications & time in the garden
Friday 4.30ish 2 hours tea/bed/meds/stoma care
Sunday 12md-6pm Lunch/meds/tea/shopping/bills
The PA will also need to be trained with the breath stacking device and nebuliser as well as other mandatory training. – this will be provided.
Between £10.00-£15.00 per hour dependent on experience.
SK8 – Cheadle Hulme - Punjabi/Urdu Female PA required to support a lady who has suffered from a stroke. (A) is unable to communicate her needs other than using gestures an facial expressions. (A) requires support with all aspects of personal care, support to access community and all other household support. 20 hours per week £9.00 ph (Job Ref AK)
SK8 - Gatley - Carer required for elderly gentlemen with Advanced Parkinson's / Dementia. Requires support with all daily living tasks, including making meals, cleaning, medication. Hours required are 2pm - 9pm Saturdays and 7am – 10am Sundays. To work alongside a team giving 24hr care. £10.00ph (Job Reference DJ)
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). 25 Hours per week - Monday - Friday 5 hours per day at £10.00ph (Job Reference CG)