A long-term placement is a permanent arrangement where you'd welcome someone into your home, and give them access to their own private space.
Because they would be living with you, you would benefit from supporting people to improve their skills and seeing them develop and gain in confidence. You would advocate for them if necessary and help them to access day services, education and any social activities they might like to take part in.
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Here are examples of what three different people might want from a long-term carer with Bury Shared Lives. Please for up to date placement details and to become a carer with us.
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