Zac Goldsmith MP cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of CuraCare’s new East Sheen branch on Wednesday 3rd April at a Chamber organised event. He said “It is always wonderful as an MP to be able to welcome new businesses and employees to the area. This new business has already recruited 15 people and it is destined to expand and grow. It provides a massively important service and I was honoured to be asked to cut the ribbon.”
Anne Newton, Richmond Chamber CEO said she was delighted to have organised and help celebrate yet another high street opening and this time a Richmond Business Award winning Twickenham business expanding into East Sheen. Congratulations to the CuraCare team.
Cllr Geoff Acton, Richmond Council Cabinet Member for Business reflected that ‘Despite these difficult times it was great to see an already successful Twickenham based business expand into new territory with their range of quality services ensuring further progress into the care market. It was a pleasure for myself, Anne Newton and local MP Zac Goldsmith to set them on their way.’
Adrian Mullins, Founder & Managing Director of CuraCare, said that, “We were delighted to welcome the MP, Chamber and Richmond Council and look forward to supporting families in East Sheen from our new branch. We have developed a fantastic reputation for the quality of our home care services and this is largely down to the calibre of people we employ. We also place a huge emphasis on providing local, 24/7 support to our carers and the families we help.”
Julia Karcz, Registered Care Manager of CuraCare East Sheen, said, “I have been working in the home care industry for over 3 years and feel privileged to be establishing the CuraCare service in East Sheen.”
CuraCare provides home care services and live-in care to older people living in and around the Richmond borough. The company enables older people to live at home independently and provides peace of mind to their loved ones.
The company was established in 2011 by husband and wife team Adrian & Ciara Mullins as a result of their personal experience of arranging care for elderly relatives.
The business has been operating out of Twickenham and has plans to expand. The opening of the East Sheen branch is the first step in that expansion journey.
The company provides live-in care and hourly care for families in and around Twickenham. It has won several awards including the Richmond Chamber of Commerce’s Best Small Business in 2018 and has been rated by the Care Quality Commission as delivering outstandingly caring home care.
The new CuraCare branch will offer specialised care from vetted, trained, professional home carers who will be managed and supported locally.
This includes anything from basic domestic support, companionship, personal care, medication help, through to specialist care for complex conditions such as dementia or stroke.
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Left to right Adrian Mullins MD, Zac Goldsmith MP, Anne Newton Chamber CEO, Julia Karcz Registered Care Mgr CuraCare East Sheen and Cllr Geoff Acton, Richmond Council Cabinet Member for Business