Aspire is a national charity that provides practical help to people who have been paralysed by Spinal Cord Injury. Through its projects and programmes, Aspire offers support to the 40,000 people living with a spinal cord injury in the UK. To deliver this we employ 115 remarkable people.


Support Worker (Southport)

We are looking for a support worker to drive our Independent Living Advisor to and from work at Northwest Spinal Injuries Centre.

This role is one day a week.

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Independent Living Advisor (Sheffield)

We are looking for someone to fulfil the role based at the Spinal Injury Centre, in Northern General Hospital, Sheffield which will involve making personal contact with patients and build links with the centres professional staff.

You will be expected to offer appropriate advice to patients and support activities that encourages independence and promotes Aspire’s service and that of other relevant organisations.

This role is part time two days a week.

Closing date 29th September 2017.

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Assistive Technology Volunteers

The Aspire Assistive Technology programme provides access to computers and tablets for people with a spinal cord injury whilst they are in rehabilitation in a Spinal Injury Centre.  Our Assistive Technology volunteers work with patients in the centres providing training and support as they learn how to access and use a computer following their injury. 

The training is delivered at the Spinal Injury Centres. These are located at Stanmore, Stoke Mandeville, Salisbury, Wakefield, Sheffield, Southport, Cardiff and Belfast. Volunteers will need to be able to travel to the centre and commit to at least 4 hours on one day per week (office hours only).

Vacancies currently exist at the following centres: Stoke Mandeville, Oswestry and Sheffield.  Training will be provided and travel expenses reimbursed.

For more information please contact Joslyn Kofi-Opata: call 020 8420 6720 or email joslyn.kofi-opata@aspire.org.uk.


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