Haringey Shared Lives
Shared Lives Haringey are recruiting carers to offer homes to an additional 70 people.
Do you want to earn up to £500 per week helping to transform the lives of vulnerable people?
Shared Lives Haringey is a scheme where local residents open their homes to help adults with learning disabilities, mental health needs and physical disabilities live and be cared for in the community.
By sharing their home, family and community life with someone who needs support, Shared Lives carers help those who need support to live independently.
To get an insight into Shared Lives please read the story of carer Lynn Stevens: Shared Lives Case Study.
Watch the video below on one of the Shared Lives Haringey arrangements.
Carers are recruited and trained by the scheme. An independent panel of professionals and service user representatives approve the individual to provide care and support, before being carefully matched with service users.
Through permanent and short-term placements in family homes, the scheme allows people to enjoy extra support and companionship without the need for traditional care.
Please find answers to the questions we get asked the most about becoming a Shared Lives carer through our Shared Lives FAQs (PDF, 32KB).
If you want to apply to become a Shared Lives carer please complete and return the application form - Shared Lives Cares Application Form (PDF, 112KB) to:
Shared Lives Team
River Park House
225 High Road
If you are interested in finding out more about Shared Lives in Haringey and potentially becoming a carer please call 020 8489 1693 or email email@example.com
Shared Lives Haringey is a member of Shared Lives Plus which is the UK network for family-based and small-scale ways of supporting adults. To get more information on the work they do please go to Shared Lives Plus (external link).
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