Shared Lives Carers

Not everyone can become an Adult Placement Carer. For a start, you must have time in your life to share with a vulnerable person and room in your house to accommodate a person with special needs.

However, providing you have the right motives and genuinely want to care for somebody who needs you, there are few barriers. It doesn’t matter how old you are, whether you are single or in a relationship, where you live within the three counties or what you do.

The authorities that fund Adult Placement in West Wales pay a good weekly rate for each person in care and offer a high level of support, both in terms of training and personal communication, to ensure that you are not left alone to cope with any problems that may arise.

Personal development features heavily in Adult Placement in West Wales. Carers are considered professionals and are expected to attend and respond to training courses, as well as adhering to regulatory and legislative issues.

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