Heritage Healthcare has started the year off right with the launch of three new home care offices in the UK.
In January, Heritage Healthcare St. Albans were proud to have received their registration from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and were able to begin providing personal care to clients living in St. Albans, Watford, Hemel Hempstead and the surrounding areas.
The home care company is led by owners and sisters Accedes Mutupe and Enika Chasafara, who together have a wealth of knowledge, skills and expertise from within the healthcare industry. They have forged their careers as care workers and, due to their passion and quest for development, have both trained as nurses; Accedes in mental health and Enika in learning disabilities.
“We strive to offer true person-centred care which is driven by the clients’ needs and aspirations to effect real positive changes in their lives,” said Accedes Mutupe, who will also be acting as Registered Manager.
February saw the launch of Heritage Healthcare Chelmsford. Led by Managing Director, Charandeep Singh Ubhi, the care office has started delivering care and support to communities in Chelmsford, Brentwood and Maldon.
Following a qualification in law, Charandeep took the opportunity to launch his own home care company after experiencing first-hand the need for high-quality care for a family member. He recognised there was a major need for reform in the elderly care system and wanted to provide a service that could make life more manageable so more people could continue living at home.
“Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries,” said Charandeep. “Without them, humanity cannot survive. Give your loved one’s quality care you can trust.”
Neighbouring the St. Albans office is Heritage Healthcare Milton Keynes, who excitedly received their CQC registration in March. Managing Director Archita Raval has built a career within the care industry, having progressed from a Care Assistant to a Care Co-ordinator and now running her own home care business.
Archita holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a post-graduate diploma in Laboratory Technology, which allowed her to gain valuable experience working in different hospitals, medical camps and blood donation camps in India.
“We will endeavour to ensure that our clients have full control over their day to day life,” said Archita. “We will work with other services to ensure all individuals’ care needs are met with the dignity and respect they deserve.”
“We are so happy to announce the launch of three more care offices who will be delivering the high standard home care Heritage Healthcare is known for,” said Michelle Fenwick QFP, Heritage Healthcare’s Director. “I can’t wait to see the journey to success the teams in St. Albans, Chelmsford and Milton Keynes will take.”