After working as Resource Planner at ECL for 10 months, Thomas was promoted into a Local Business Manager role in October last year.
Since Rose was referred to ECL’s Sensory Service, they have supported her in regaining her confidence with daily tasks, as well as helping her to acquire sensory devices that have significantly enhanced her quality of life.
We have already been hearing some amazing stories about the lengths our front-line workers are going to in order to support ECL’s essential care services.
Last month, Becky (aged 19) started an Employability course through ECL, where we will support her with the skills, experience and confidence to secure paid employment.
Community Care Assistant, Fran Henry, has been working in ECL’s Older People service at both Highfields and Charles Dickens for nearly a year. When, due to the COVID-19 situation, she and her team were informed that the company’s Reablement service was understaffed, she kindly stepped-forward to provide her support.