Meet The Team
I opened a Caremark franchise with the mission of becoming the best home care provider in Liverpool. The priority and focus is to deliver the highest standard of care possible to improve the quality of life for the people in our region. I am passionate about making a difference and hope to be the homecare provider of choice based on the quality of our service.
In a short space of time we have managed to pick up numerous awards for the quality of care we provide. These awards are a testament to all the hard work put in the by the team here at Caremark Liverpool.
I began my care career at Young Epilepsy in November 2004; where I started off as a Support Worker and then in March 2007 became an Assistant Manager of the Residential Home for young ladies with Learning Disabilities and Epilepsy.
I then became a Unit Manager for a Bupa Residential Home for the Elderly in August 2012.
I began working for Expect Limited in November 2014 as a Project Manager; and became the Assistant Head of Operations for Day Services in June 2016; overseeing, as a Registered Manager, the delivery of the Outreach/Domiciliary and Day Centre services.
I joined Caremark Liverpool in December 2019 to assist Nabeel in his mission of becoming the best home care provider in Liverpool.
I have worked for Caremark Liverpool for nearly 3 years, starting out as a Care Assistant then moving into the Care Co-ordinator position. Alongside my Care Co-ordinator role, I have just completed my Level 4 Diploma in Health and Social Care. This was one of the main reasons I joined Caremark, as career progression and further education opportunities were very important to me.
Prior to Caremark Liverpool I worked in a care home and did a lot of voluntary work in the social care sector, all the while completing my Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care at college.
Field Care Supervisor
I started my nursing/care career when training to become an Enrolled Nurse in Gynaecology. I worked predominately in emergency settings and ward bases. I had a lengthy career within the sector moving then over to MRI/CT, training to become a Cannulation Radiology Practitioner. Following this I went back to Salford University to retrain and become an Aortic Aneurysm Screening Technician which was a relatively new programme working within a Northwest and Cheshire Programme. It is now a nationwide screening programme. I have been heavily involved in the Deaf community learning British Sign Language and worked alongside Fit for me campaign and This Girl Can Campaign of fitness and Radio City and health and well-being for the community.
I have a background of Adult Care in Nursing and the Care sector working with elderly and dementia customers, progressing from Team Developer to Care Coordinator and most recently Training officer. I have since moved to Caremark Liverpool as Field Care Supervisor to take on the new challenge of becoming the best homecare provider within the city.
Field Care Supervisor
I started my career as a teacher with a focus on special educational needs in 2019. From here I found my love for care whilst working as a senior support worker in several different residential homes and schools with children and young people. I have a varied background in working with people with special educational needs and varying health conditions.
I initially joined Caremark Liverpool as a Care Administrator but have been promoted to Field Care Supervisor. I am passionate about delivering a quality service and look forward to the challenge of becoming the best home care provider in Liverpool.
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