Philip Keohane and Sophie Mwiinga are delighted to welcome our latest team of CAREGivers to join it's ranks. This group have embarked on their initial training and are the third such group to undergo CAREGiver training since the Reading Office opened in January this year. As with the previous three groups of staff, this band of six represent a wide diversity of backgrounds and include among them a former librarian, a former gymnast and a former member of the WRAF.
Care Manager Sophie is delighted with the calibre of candidates that are being attracted to work with Home Instead; 'Yet again, we have assembled a team of really committed people who all possess the desire to improve the quality of other peoples' lives. Because they possess this key trait, delivering training to them is a real pleasure'.