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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Meet Claire Jones, Wellbeing Assistant and Mentor

Claire works as a Wellbeing Assistant and Mentor for Katherine Harriet Care.

Read about Claire’s day to day role and her career path.

Claire Jones Case Study

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Meet Amy Evans, Wellbeing Assistant, Mentor and Medication Officer

Amy works as a Well-being Assistant, Mentor and Medication Officer for Katherine Harriet Care.

Read about Amy’s day to day role and her career path.

Amy Evans Case Study

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Meet Jessica Dunn, HR Assistant and Office Supervisor

Jessica works as a HR Assistant and Office Supervisor for Katherine Harriet Care.

Read about Jessica’s day to day role and her career path.

Jessica Dunn Case Study

 

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Skye Murray, HR and training manager

Now a HR and training manager at Quality Care at Home, Skye Murray began her career in care as a support worker after being inspired by her mother.

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Kerryanne Rouse, support worker

After working in a nursing home for nine years, Kerryanne joined the Hillside Care Centre. She enjoys being able to see the end results of the care provided and enabling residents to go to their next placement, or back home.

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Laura Timmins

Laura Timmins, team leader

As a team leader at The Orchard Care Home, Milkwood Care Limited, Laura enjoys being able to form relationships with a range of different people while making a positive impact on their lives and promoting their independence.

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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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