Case Studies

Tamara

Tamara

When the outbreak of Covid-19 forced events coordinator Tamara to reconsider her options and pursue an alternative career path, she found a new professional home in care. Ambitious as ever, she was keen to gain experience of as many aspects of the industry as possible and is now flying through the ranks with ECL…

  • Published: 17th November 2021
Mark

Mark

New to care, Mark had a clear vision of the sort of company he wanted to work for when he decided to make the leap from the entertainment industry. ECL’s commitment to its people and its customers stood out from the moment he came across the website, and he’s been delighted to find that his positive first impressions were spot on…

  • Published: 17th November 2021
Ray

Ray

Having been suffering from the effects of osteoarthritis for many years, 55-year-old Ray Carscadden was eventually advised that it would be necessary for him to undergo hip replacement surgery. Despite taking the procedure itself in his stride, Ray did have some concerns about how he would manage once discharged from hospital the very next day.

  • Published: 6th October 2021
Samuel

Samuel

Having been forced to shield following the outbreak of Covid-19, Samuel Thorne’s family had noticed his increasing frustration and were keen for him to regain some independence as restrictions lifted. With the support of ECL, Samuel has now secured paid employment and a new sense of direction, working 15 hours a week in his dream job.

  • Published: 30th September 2021
Vanessa

Vanessa

Vanessa had enjoyed a long career in the print industry but, with her children growing up, she decided the time was right to pursue her interest in healthcare and take the plunge into a new profession. A friend recommended checking out ECL, and she’s now embarking upon the next exciting chapter of her life as a Community Care Assistant with the North Essex Reablement Team…

  • Published: 21st September 2021
Abby

Abby

Although busy running a successful canine massage and grooming business, Abby found meaningful conversation from her clients to be a little lacking. To combat the loneliness she was experiencing, she decided to take on a part-time role as a bank worker with ECL. After falling in love with person-centred care, she’s now pursuing an entirely new career with human interaction at its heart…

  • Published: 21st September 2021