Meet the team
Bluebird Care Waltham Forest is led by Anoop Sekhon. Anoop started delivering homecare in Waltham Forest to help support customers in the area to receive homecare and support while remaining in the comfort and familiarity of their own homes. Delivering the highest quality of homecare and support is Anoop’s absolute goal and the team would be delighted to hear from anyone who is seeking homecare for themselves or for a loved one, or would simply like to talk to someone about the services we provide.
Anoop holds a BSc in Business Information Technology. She has worked with the Youth Service for the London Borough of Tower Hamlets for 6 years as a HR manager.
Her background in working with young people, including those with significant care needs, has inspired her to work with people with a wide range of care needs and to open Bluebird Care (Greenwich) in March 2012. She is committed to ensuring that she provides a high quality service to the individuals she works with and that the exacting standards of Bluebird Care, UKHCA and CQC are satisfied in full.
I joined Bluebird Care Greenwich & Docklands, Stratford and Wapping in February 2018 and now Waltham Forest in November 2020, however I have worked alongside Bluebird Care Greenwich since 2013 in various other roles. Working with Bluebird Care I have found it very rewarding compared to my corporate background from previous jobs.
In the care industry, no two days are the same. We have the best teams in our offices, with difference personalities and abilities with the core value of putting our staff and customers first. Working with Bluebird Care, isn’t working with colleagues but family.
My name is Karen and I am the Care Manager for Bluebird Care Waltham Forest.
I am the link between the customers and our care assistants in relation to care visits. My role is to ensure that all our customers receive their care visits at requested times and to ensure our care assistants have their weekly schedules within an acceptable time frame. I would rearrange care visits to suit our customers and upon their request.
I have 8 years experience working within the care industry. I first started my career as a care assistant in 2010 and within a very short period was promoted to senior care assistant/field care supervisor. It was in 2012 when I started my career as a care coordinator.
I enjoy working within the care sector delivering a high quality of service while also promoting equality, diversity, dignity and respect and making a difference to our customers wellbeing.
I am a Care Coordinator at Bluebird Care, Waltham Forest.
My name is Marcia; I started at Bluebird Care as a Care Assistant and was promoted to a Lead Care assistant.
I later on came back to Bluebird Care as a Care Supervisor. I am currently studying a BA degree in Health and Social Care Management and progressing on to level 4.
As a Care Coordinator my main responsibility is to provide ongoing support and care to all our lovely customers and Care Assistants. Making sure our customers receive excellent quality of care and support to keep them safe and comfortable in their own homes.
I am delighted to be a part of the social care sector and enjoy working with Bluebird Care Waltham Forest.
My name is Terri, I started my journey with Bluebird Care in February 2021 as a Care Assistant and was nervous as it was my first job in the Care Industry. I quickly fell in love with taking care of others and making them smile. I decided that I wanted to work in this industry long term and within 4 months I had been promoted to Care Supervisor and look forward to growing within Bluebird Care and gaining new skills!
My name is Desiree McKenzie and I am the new Care Supervisor at Bluebird Care Waltham Forest, I started this position in July 2021. My past experience started in 1986 training as an Auxiliary nursing, I then went on to working with a school for children with severe disabilities in Epping then to Colchester as an Auxiliary nurse. I have previously worked in with London women’s aid for several years and as an assertive trainer in the Old Street area for around 2 years. In between having a family I joined South Banks University and completed a course as a Cadet Nurse. I then studied for two years as a student nurse.
Due to childcare difficulties I took some time out and then went on to work with Medic health care as a Supervisor until the company went bankrupt, before going back into the hospital as a Health Care Support Worker. I have worked at several hospitals including Harold Wood Hospital, King Georges and mainly Whipps Cross Hospital where I specialised working and caring for people with pressure sores and doing debridement and irrigation method.
Over the years I have completed several courses such as: Train the Trainer, Fire Warden, First Aid, Moving and Handling, Administration Level 2 and I recently started a Lead Practitioner course. I love and enjoy meeting and working with people from different backgrounds!
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