Meet Our Carers
Please see some carer success stories from our team of care support workers. Caring Connections currently employs 50+ Care Support workers all dedicated to providing the highest quality of care.
Katy started at Caring Connections in April 2017 with no prior experience of the Care industry. Katy’s background was in Health and beauty and was an accomplished hairdresser. In a 2 year period Katy excelled in her role and found her vocation in helping others, she was awarded the organisational Carer of the Year award in 2019 based on the feedback from both her colleagues and service users. Katy has completed care qualifications with the organisation and has now progressed to a senior position within the organisation.
John started with Caring Connections in 2008 with no knowledge of the care sector, with a wide ranging employment background. John moonlighted as bar security alongside his care role. John is one of our most loved carers who has developed special bonds with all that he cares for. He has developed a dedication to others and acts as a role model to new staff and continuing care professionals. John won the organisation JohnPaul Award in 2019 for his resilience and dedication to service users whilst facing adversity. John is a true role model to those looking to aspire as a social care professional.
Carol has worked for Caring Connections for over 22 years. She truly loves her role and supporting others. The organisation has received much praise for Carol and her continued dedicated service. Carol won the Special Recognition award in 2019 for her continued dedication to both the service users and organisation.
Rach started with Caring Connections in 2017 in the role of a rota supervisor with many years’ experience of working in the Residential care field. Rach has excelled in her role and regularly completed care calls and office duties simultaneously. Rach has continued her rise from supervisor to deputy manager to now overseeing the whole organisational care service in the role as care services manager. Thorough the organisation Rach completed her Level 5 registered managers qualification and is now being sponsored through her Master’s degree studies at LJMU.
Laura Mc McCluskie
Laura started in 2016 with no prior experience in the care industry. Laura initially was a care support worker who excelled her role and was promoted to that of senior and then that of quality supervisor and now deputy manager to Rach. Laura completed her care qualifications and is now moving onto her Level 5 management diploma.
Karen started with Caring Connections in June 2008 with a background in the arts. Karen specialises in night work and has excelled in her caring role. Karen implemented an arts programme for our service users to engage socially isolated older people in arts based projects. Karen went individually to people’s houses and provided one to one arts services. In 2019 Karen won the Making Difference Award for going that extra mile to improve service users quality of life.