Key to our success is that we are able to maintain a robust recruitment programme enabling us to retain and grow our team of high-calibre staff.

Our carers want more than a job.

They want to make a difference in the lives of those in their care.
All staff are carefully selected through a stringent recruitment process and only the most suitable, like-minded people are selected to ensure we continue to offer the best quality care that our clients deserve. All our Care workers are vetted through Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for your safety and they are highly trained. Each carer goes through a comprehensive training and orientation process that guides them through our values and standards; going above and beyond the national legal requirements for carer induction training.

Our in-house Personal Development Programme provides carers with all the support they need to carry out a job that can be very emotionally challenging. As well as regular supervision and office support, it identifies both ongoing and specialised training needs, to ensure that our carers understand the high standards of care expected by Right at Home.

Name:  Ali
Designation:  Director
Location:  Head Office

Because of my active role in tending to my father during his last days, I possess an innate inclination to support the elderly and susceptible, thereby enriching the progress of my community. The privilege of being welcomed into numerous households, encountering diverse families, and providing care for a wide array of individuals remains a source of ongoing honor for me. This experience has fueled my dedication to fostering the well-being of those in need, promoting communal growth, and forging meaningful connections with people from all walks of life. Each interaction solidifies my commitment to making a positive impact by extending compassion and aid, a sentiment that stems from the profound fulfillment derived from my participation in my father’s final journey.

 – Ali

Name: Carole Howlett
Designation:  Registered Manager
Location:  Head Office

I have over 20 years of experience in Health and Social Care. I have had the opportunity to work in many different sectors of care from psychiatric wards, dementia units, and residential and domiciliary care. My career started as a Care Assistant and I worked my way through promotional roles to Registered Manager.
Throughout my journey, I completed NVQ levels 2, 3 and 5 within Health and Social Care. Gentle Folk Community Care Ltd has recently been taken over by new ownership. I was recently asked to join Gentle Folk Community Care Ltd to support the growth and daily running of the business.

Name:  Emma
Designation:  Administrator
Location:  Head Office

My Background is 25 years working in Special Education Needs and Early Years. This includes being Day Care Manager of busy Nursery and an assessor for Early Year Management. I have been employed with Gentle Folk Community Care Ltd since May 2021. I was employed originally as the Office Cleaner and also did some office filing each month. This progressed to doing domestic calls for Service User and supporting them within their home. I am now based part time in the office in an administration role with over 2 years experience in Domiciliary Car. I enjoy being part of a fantastic team and being able to support our service users to be independent within their home.

Name:  Sadia Khalid
Designation: Care Coordinator
Location:  Head Office

Gentle Folk Community Care Ltd has given me a platform to improve my skills and knowledge within the Health and Social Care Sector. I have gained my Level 3 in Health and Social Care and hope to progress to a higher level in the future.
Since under new ownership, I have had the opportunity to support Service users within all aspects of care. I work with an amazing team with a strong support system.