Our mission

To provide children with a safe and welcoming environment where they can develop and gain independence.

Meet the team:

Quality Assurance manager:

“I am excited to be involved in the work that Compassion Care doing in local communities as it gives me the opportunity to apply the knowledge, skills and experience acquired through my social work with the knowledge and skills that I have learnt within my Legal Practice Course.

I have over 14 years experience of working in child protection, looked after and children with disabilities teams with over six years of that experience as a manager.

Throughout my career, I have demonstrated my ability to provide excellent support, services and guidance to the children I have worked with as well as the organisations that I have represented. I understand the impact of social inequalities and the manner in which they can manifest in societal disadvantages and how these difficulties can be further affected by organisational limitations. As such I am a strong advocate for new and creative ways of supporting families and increasing independence and active participation in improving outcomes for children.

My unwavering support for children and families has brough me here. I want to be in a position where I would like to be able to promote high standards of care and support for families by ensuring that the child and their needs are given the optimum priority and opportunity in order that we can create and develop positive plans for children that are pragmatic but also aspirational and realistic.

My CV will be able to give you some insight into the types of teams and boroughs that I have only worked within all of which have received ‘Outstanding’ in their inspections.

I look forward to working with you.”

Responsible individual:

“One of my passions is working with and caring for others. Therefore, my chosen career path was social work and as a result, I pursued a degree in the field. I have extensive experience of working with vulnerable persons, mainly adults with learning disabilities (PAMS trained) and children with autism. Furthermore, I am experienced and trained in 1 to 1 counselling for domestic violence perpetrators (Preparing Men for Change Program); in the same context, I occasionally help mediate the relationship between parents and children. I am also trained to interview and work with children experiencing trauma or abuse (ABE trained).

As a result, I believe I can say that my passion for the field of psychology has started from youth and developed over the years as I advanced along my career path and completed more training, and currently undertaking a master in psychology. I am particularly interested in ‘Lifespan Development’ and ‘Behavioural Neuroscience’, mainly due to the nature of my work and passion for the subject. Calm and dedication define me, and I look forward to bring these qualities in working with children and improving their lives.

I am happy to working with you.”

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