Ann Marie Rozario - Trainer
Having worked in a variety of health and social care settings for many years, Ann Marie brings a wealth of experience to the table.
Prior to joining our Home Instead local offices in Fulham, Chiswick and Hammersmith, Ann Marie worked for Home Instead in Wandsworth for 5 years.
She has also had the privilege of working with Bromley Social Services for 7 years, where she set up a brain injuries recovery programme, helping people rehabilitate and recover in order to enjoy a normal everyday life.
Having undergone cancer treatment and an operation to fit a prosthesis in her shoulder, Ann Marie became even more passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of those she works with.
Outside of work, she has three grown-up children whom she loves spending time with, apart from her love for gardening, eating out and socialising.
“I have always been passionate about making a positive impact in the home care industry, but my life experience allowed me to have real empathy with many of my clients. I think it helps them a lot to be able to talk to someone who has needed care herself!”
Domizia Conti - EOL Care Manager
Domizia has travelled the world and got her training in Italy as a nurse before she decided to settle in London. She has been with the Home Instead team since 2013.
Everybody loves her, employees and clients alike, thanks to her bubbly and uplifting personality coupled with a fantastic sense of humour.
Although she tries her level best to balance the time she spends with her co-workers and clients, our clients often describe her as a true carer and intimate friend.
Iwona Gregson-Brown - Recruitment Administrator
Iwona considers it a privilege to be a part of the Home Instead team, and has been working at the Hammersmith, Fulham and Chiswick offices for many years now.
She has considerable experience in the UK senior care sector, although her formal education and occupation was in the Arts, Film and Theatre sector.
Iwona has worked with the National Advertising Benevolent Society for many years, where she believes the most enjoyable and rewarding part of the job was her interaction with the beneficiaries, who were mostly seniors.
This is when she developed a passion for caring for the elderly and hasn’t looked back since.
Maddy Alemayehu - Director
Having worked as a critical care nurse for 10 years, Maddy realised the impact of a genuine bond, care, and friendship on patients’ health. She felt there was a lack of person-centred care for the elderly, starting her own business as a result – to empower both the elderly and their families in a way so that quality care makes all the difference.
“While providing caring and loving support to the elderly in their own homes, we also:
· Offer full peace of mind to families that their loved ones are safe, well-cared for and always connected with their carers on a more meaningful and personal level
· Promote a degree of freedom and independence that’s in line with the clients’ abilities; e.g. outings, self-care, supporting the continuation of key hobbies
· Try our best to prevent health issues where we identify potential health risks due to daily living conditions and ensure optimal mental stimulation to keep clients mentally sound
· Signpost regularly to local services such as Solicitors, Alzheimer's Society, Bring Joy Foundation, Parkinson's Society, etc.
· Provide carers with highly specialised skills to help clients deal with ‘end of life’ phase and conditions like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Outside of work, my daughter is everything to me, whom I spend as much time with as possible. Being the creative and imaginative child she is, she is constantly surprising me, which draws me even closer to her, and in turn, helps me appreciate every aspect of my job!”