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Job Description -REQUIRED: MOTHER – FOR DISABLED CHILD
This is a permanent post – HOURS: 168 Hours a week, 52 weeks per year. Time off: by negotiation with Statutory/Voluntary or Private agencies (NOT GUARANTEED) – No Experience necessary – No training will be provided – SALARY= £0 – Although Carers Allowance is available = £53.90 per week (subject to filling in long and complicated forms)
JOB PURPOSE: To provide a full parenting service to a disabled child or children. This includes promoting their human rights, ensuring that all of their needs are fully met and that they take an active part in family life and the wider community
Carers desperate that respite could be taken away
By nadia stone email@example.com
DESPERATE carers who look after disabled children are devastated their only respite could be cruelly snatched away.
Tanya Cook cares for her 16-year-old son Jack who has a condition called tuberous sclerosis.
This means he has tumours in his brain, heart, eyes, and kidneys, as well as uncontrolled epilepsy and autism.
She has to help dress, shower and toilet him, as well as checking on him throughout the night because he frequently has seizures.
Herself unwell, the Quedgeley mum is “so exhausted” that she relies on The Meadows, in Dudbridge, Stroud, a home where Jack stays one night a week, to give her one night of rest each week.