Founder, Community Care Worker
Paul is a qualified precision engineer, and has also worked extensively in retail management and community regeneration. Paul started working in social care late in his working career, and soon realised that care workers were not given the respect and recognition they deserve. Paul has considerable networking experience and has given presentations to local and national governments on issues affecting those considered vulnerable and disconnected from society. He founded the UK Support Worker Association in 2016, which was rebranded as the National Association of Care & Support Workers in 2017.
Paul is a dedicated care worker, and is passionate about his profession and the people who work in it.
Co-founder, Care Manager
Mohammed won the "Best Home Care Manager" at 2015 Great British Care Awards. This award is given to one who has demonstrated a high level of expertise, and exceptional skills in managing the support and care of people in their own homes - a very complex business. Mohammed shows vision in developing viable quality services and supporting staff to meet the ever-changing needs of service users.
From being a part time care worker to becoming a care manager, Mohammed transformed the service his company provided and his greatest pleasure is to leave a resident with a smile on their face. He strives for excellence.
Karolina has worked as a carer for the past 7 years, and brings experience of business management and providing training. She is studying for a degree is Psychology with the Open University and for a BTEC HND in Health and Social Care.
Denise, from Stoke on Trent, holds a degree in Health and Social Care, is a personal assistant, employed privately for the last 43 months, and also an unpaid carer for her Dad.
Denise holds many qualifications as she enjoys learning and keeping up to date with change, and is currently studying a degree in Welfare Law. Denise supports her community regarding welfare issues, and was a treasurer for Unite Community Union and a parent governor at her local school.
Denise’s passion is for the welfare and support for personal assistants.