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  • Government Guidance for People Receiving Direct Payments

    Government Guidance for People Receiving Direct Payments

    This long awaited guidance is for people receiving a direct payment, a personal budget or personal health budget. It includes Frequently asked Questions and Answers, mostly aimed at direct payment holders, that directly responds to questions and concerns previously raised by direct payment holders, personal assistants, and charities and organisations that support them.

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  • Individual Employer and PAs: Coronavirus FAQs

    Individual Employer and PAs: Coronavirus FAQs

    Our new information sheet for individual employers and PAs contains guidance based on some of the questions we are being asked at Disability Sheffield by people who employ their own PAs. The outbreak of Coronavirus is a public health issue and as such certain precautions need to be taken by both employer and employee and both parties need to be aware in these difficult circumstances of their employment duties and rights.

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  • South Yorkshire Teaching Partnership Direct Payment Project Focus Group

    Doncaster Council has been commissioned by the South Yorkshire Teaching Partnership to undertake a piece of research to identify best practice for Local Authorities offering Direct Payments to adults in England. If you receive a direct payment you can contribute to discussions at a focus group on Monday 18th March from 11am to 12 noon at St Mary’s Church, Bramall Lane.

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