I strongly believe in the need for outstanding home care services and the pivotal role that CareGivers play.
I chose to work in healthcare to provide better outcomes for people needing care.
I am incredibly passionate and love meeting new clients and their families to guide them through setting up their care plan.
I joined the care industry after witnessing the comforting support of nurses and carers during the final months of my mum’s battle with cancer.
I live in Hove with my wife and two children and also run a local parent and toddler group, Little Pickles Music, to encourage music, singing, dancing and laughter.
Previously I was an executive assistant to a CEO and also worked for the National Probation Office. I’m a mum of three but still have time to support people in our local community
I chose to work in healthcare to improve the quality of care given and believe I have the opportunity to do exactly that with Kingsway Care.
My name is Chelsea and I was a student at Brighton University, studying tourism. I’ve since worked in the care sector and am delighted to join the Kingsway Care team.
I live in Brighton and sing and host at the Brighton Cabaret. I also take care of my 80 year old mum but now have time to look after other people too.
My name is Gill and I’m semi-retired. I work as a campsite warden in the summer, have also worked as a pharmacy dispenser and am a qualified hairdresser.
I’ve worked in the NHS and private hospitals for more than 10 years. I saw the opportunity to make a positive difference to my community by joining Kingsway Care.
I used to work in a residential home for adults with disabilities, For the last fifteen years I’ve worked as a builder, handyman and gardener.
I’ve known Olly for at least twenty five years and I jumped at the chance to be the guardian of the Kingsway Care brand and ensure communications are consistent across all customer touch points
I’m really enjoying working with the Kingsway Care team, developing their website to showcase their innovative approach to care.