Our Lovely CAREGivers
Home Instead Ealing has over 80 CAREGivers, many of which have completed their NVQ in Health & Social Care. The CAREGivers, who have worked for up to five years with us, enjoy giving something back to the community by caring for our clients. In doing so, their invaluable hard work and commitment makes a huge difference to the lives of the young and elderly in the area every day.
Tony Hussain - Business Owner
I’m Tony Hussain. I am the owner of the Ealing office which I opened in September 2008. Prior to Home Instead Senior Care, I had my own Property Management and Mortgage Business.
I am very much a “hands-on” owner and enjoy networking with my local community and building relationships. My role is to manage and grow the business, which I do on a day to day basis. I am there to support my staff and CAREGivers and ensure that we maintain and continually improve our operation to achieve the best possible outcomes for our clients. I am very proud of what we have achieved to date.
I particularly appreciate how Home Instead Senior Care can make a real difference to people’s lives in their own homes, as well as providing employment opportunities in the community. I am passionate about making a difference in people's lives, by providing exceptional care for older people in the local area.
Harpreet Sura - Care Manager
I joined Home Instead Ealing in September 2018 as the Recruitment Manager and in October 2019 I took on the role of a Care Coordinator, before moving on to my current role of Care Manager in September 2021. As a Care Manager, I am responsible for providing the highest standards of effective leadership and promoting a caring and supportive environment, whilst ensuring the delivery of the services we provide meets the requirements of our clients and their families.
I have previously worked for a national retail chain, undertaking various roles. My favourite being within the 'People Team', helping and advising colleagues on policies and procedures. My biggest achievement was within recruitment, where I set up and created connections within the community, allowing the team to help individuals get the right job for them which resulted in an increase in staff by 20% and reduced operational costs by 40%.
I enjoy working for Home Instead Ealing as it has a friendly and warm atmosphere which makes me feel at home. I am honoured to work for an organisation that aims to provide care with the way it should be - with love, compassion and respect.
Caroline Corcoran - Trainer
I have worked for Home Instead Ealing for 5 Years. I first joined Home Instead as a CAREGiver after completing a year in the NHS as a Student Midwife.
I joined as a CAREGiver and I simply LOVE my clients. in 2017, I was given the opportunity to undertake a Networking and Recruitment role which involved promoting Home Instead in the community, recruiting new CAREGiver's and providing essential training to ensure that the highest level of care is being provided.
I thoroughly enjoy teaching new CAREGiver's and helping them to understand the importance of not ‘Good but Excellent’ care. We want all our CAREGiver's to leave their induction training feeling confident and knowing they can always call me if they need some reassurance or further training.
I believe in the Ethos of Home Instead and I will ensure our CAREGiver's do too!
Lisa Maher - Field Care Supervisor
I joined the Home Instead team in October 2019, initially as a CAREGiver, before moving on to join the office team as a field care supervisor in October 2021.
My aim during my time as a CAREGiver was to make a difference to the everyday lives of people who require support by offering a high quality care experience. My efforts and contribution were recognised when I received the CAREGiver of the Year Award in 2020 - something that I am very proud of.
In my newly acquired role of Field Care Supervisor, I am looking forward to working with a great office team, meeting new clients, and getting to know the other CAREGivers by offering a warm, friendly approach and supporting them in their role. I'll also be conducting CAREGiver support visits and visiting clients for service reviews to ensure we continue to provide the highest standards of service.
I am a very artistic individual and enjoy dabbling in a variety of handmade crafts, making various gifts and personalised items for my regular craft stalls. I have recently designed and made two sentiment cards with proceeds being donated to the Alzheimer’s Society.
Anita Daniels - Business & Community Engagement
I joined Home Instead Ealing In July 2019 as a Business & Community Engager.
I have successfully completed a range of qualifications in Early Years and Childcare from 0-16 years of age and up to age 25 for those with additional needs. I am also a certified Autism and Asperger’s syndrome practitioner. During my time of working in a Primary School within Ealing, I learnt and delivered British Sign Language/Makaton.
On completion of a Project Management qualification in 2010, it gave me extensive knowledge in multi-agency working and how to deliver an exceptional experience to our clients. I also liaise with local businesses and communities to promote the values of empathy, respect and compassion.
As a Business and Community Engager, I am absolutely delighted that I am part of a team at Home Instead Ealing where I can share my knowledge and experience. My day to day role involves liaising with businesses in the community. I aim to raise awareness of the services we provide through marketing and networking.
I'm passionate about caring for and supporting the most vulnerable in our communities.
Judy Richards - Mentor
I joined Home Instead in 2011 as a CAREGiver and was later promoted to the role of a Senior CAREGiver. I have successfully gained a range of qualifications which allowed me to excel in my role. As a Senior CAREGiver, I am proud to say that I specialise in Alzheimer's and Dementia care.
In 2020, I became a mentor which involved mentoring our new CAREGiver's to ensure that they provide care to the highest quality. Furthermore, the mentoring includes having regular contact with our CAREGiver's, providing continuous training and support, ensure that they are following the policies and procedure put in place by senior management and ensure that care is being provided through compassion, empathy and respect.
I enjoy singing and I am a proud member of my local choir. As a religious minister, I am actively involved in supporting offenders in prison by providing guidance and advice and making a difference.
My aim is simple - Create heartwarming memories with my clients that last forever and improve their quality of life.