World Traveler, Father, U.K. Expat
“My clients are like my family.”
The first time I looked into starting a home care business was when I moved to Canada from the U.K. several years ago. It didn’t work out at the time, but the desire to give back through home care never truly left. Then, some years later, my grandmother back in the U.K. took ill. She required 24-hour care. We found her a good and reliable caregiver, and it made such a difference. Being so far away, all the way across the Atlantic, it was such a relief to me knowing she was receiving the care she needed on a daily basis from a reliable and trusted professional.
When, only a few months later, my father was diagnosed with cancer, I moved back to the U.K. for his last several months. The experience of helping him through this time and taking care of him had a profound impact on me, and I knew I had to do something to give back to others. The home care option came up again, and this time it really clicked into place. Not long after, I began my home care business.
A Personal Approach to Home Care
As a family member of a loved one receiving care, I’ve experienced many of the things that my clients’ families are going through. This makes it more than just a business. I treat my clients like family and give them the same high-quality care I would want for my own loved ones.
Helping others to live safe, comfortable lives is what this business is all about and that extends to the clients’ families as well. It’s important to me that my clients and their families feel relief and receive peace of mind at every step of their care journey, so everyone can live their best lives possible.
Bachelor’s degree in business and computer studies from London South Bank University