Stories

Herefordshire adult social care workers are some of the very best in the country. Read our care worker stories below to find out more about the varying roles that are available in the sector, and why a career in care is so rewarding.

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Sandra Brooke, domiciliary carer

Sandra Brooke works for Total Living Care in Ross-on-Wye as a domiciliary carer in the community. She started her career in care after her last job, as a waitress in a hotel, went very quiet and she decided she wanted to try something different.

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Natalie Shaw, care support worker

Natalie has worked in care for 17 years, having spent time working in a nursing home, a carer out in the community and now as a care support worker in a care centre.

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Deborah Watkins, manager

Deborah Watkins has worked in the care sector for 17 years. She started out as an activities coordinator and has worked her way up to manager.

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Camille Beecher-Wilson, deputy manager and clinical lead nurse

Camille Beecher-Wilson came to the UK in 2018 to continue her career in nursing. She currently works at Waverley House, in Leominster, as a deputy manager and clinical lead nurse.

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Ellis Davies, activities coordinator

Ellis started her career as an activities coordinator at Stretton Nursing Home five years ago after realising how much she enjoyed engaging with the residents when visiting the home to cut hair.

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