My altruistic personality, especially towards vulnerable people, has grown productively since my childhood. Even with just traditional training from my grandparents, I have catered for many health-challenged family members while growing up back home.
On getting to the UK, where caring for the vulnerable is mostly prioritised, my background in care has highly facilitated my career growth. I have also undergone numerous physical and online training as a carer. Additionally, Charity Earnshaw Home Care Agency (CEHCA) has phenomenally contributed to my growth by providing me with several trainings that further strengthened me as a qualified community care giver. I am also open to continuous development in this sector through training and other qualifications.
My name is Ruth, I had a Bachelor in pure and Applied Mathematics. I have a previous experience in care when I was in Nigeria. I am cheerful, happy, patient, and caring person. I am always happy to help vulnerable people. I hope to gain more knowledge in future. I am committed to providing the service users with the best care. I am glad to be a part of this wonderful team.
My name is Christiana. I am a carer and support worker. I had worked with Doxa Medical Laboratories and Diagnostics Ltd back in Nigeria. I have completed the required training, and I am fulfilled working with Charity Earnshaw Care Agency. I am passionate, resilient, simple, and hardworking. I derive joy by rendering humanitarian services to the vulnerable elderly by ensuring their safety and their well-being.
I am Princess. Working as a care worker at Charity Earnshaw Healthcare Agency has been an incredibly rewarding journey. At Charity Earnshaw, I have been able to apply my passion for helping others and making a positive difference in their lives. I take pride in delivering person-centered services, ensuring the well-being and comfort of those under my care. The training and resources provided by Charity Earnshaw’s care agency have empowered me to excel in my role, and the positive feedback from both clients and colleagues is a testament to the agency's commitment to growth and excellence. I am honoured to be a part of the Charity Earnshaw team, where every day brings an opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those we serve.
My name is Akame. I am a carer and support worker. Back home in Cameroon I work in a Visual Impaired Centre known as Bulu blind centre. I have completed the required training, and I am fulfilled working with charity Earnshaw care Agency. I am a very passionate, lovely, and caring person.
My name is Allena and I come from Uganda, East Africa.
I grew up and studied in my home country. My studies involved dealing mainly in health care both in hospital settings and communities where I got to interact with people at a personal level; both challenged me as well as made me see things through other people's perspective.
Because the studies required hands on training and exposure to different cultures, I was frequently posted to different parts of the country to care for people's health needs.
The move to the UK has made me realise that a big part of my character has been formed all along through the above-mentioned experiences and as such I am described as a; passionate, empathetic, social and resilient individual, which traits am using at CEHCA at the moment to care for others in my community.
I successfully completed my Care Certificate trainings with CEHCA.
My business background has provided me with a variety of career opportunities, and my passion for people and their well-being led me to consider a career in caregiving. I was trained as health and safety personnel. I possess a high level of moral standards, emotionally and mentally stable with the strength of character to make a success of any undertaking. I have successfully completed care certificate programs as a prerequisite to work as a caregiver at CEHCA. Ever since joining, I have learned so much that has made me discover more about my potentials and willpower to support the elderly in their homes.
I am Beatrice - I am empathetic, kind, patient and resilience. I joined the Health Care sector in June 2019.
Working through the Covid - 19 pandemic helped to show that I am resilient and patient. I can empathise and show kindness even in the most difficult situations such as Palliative Care. I have a certificate in Palliative Care from Social Care TV.
I have also attained a certificate in Health Care from Careskills Academy, a Moving and Handling Train The Trainer certificate from South Devon College, Access To Higher Education Diploma in Psychology and Sociology from Exeter College, and later majored in Sociology and attained a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honors and Leadership Proficiency from the University of Exeter.
Serving the community is my passion.