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Michal Morkowski - Caring Together care worker

Why I enjoy being a care worker – Michal Morkowski

16 April 2020

Being a care worker can be a very rewarding career – even if it is one you might not have thought of before. Seeing us at a jobs fair in a shopping centre led to Michal now doing a job he loves and him making a big difference to the lives of those he supports. […]

Jo Sawka, Caring together care worker, on That’s TV West Anglia

How we support our staff – Joanna Sawka

4 March 2020

At the start of 2020 we won the Health & Social Care Employer of the Year Award at the Cambridge Regional College Apprenticeship Awards. At the time of the awards Joanna Sawka, who is one of our care workers who is part of the apprenticeship scheme said, “I have been employed as a care worker […]

Lizzie Hindler

Lizzie lacing up to raise money for Caring Together

3 October 2019

A member of Caring Together team is going to be taking on a 7K run at the A14 Great Ouse Challenge and will be raising funds for the charity she works for. Corporate services officer Lizzie Hindler will be heading along to the event on Saturday 12 October and explained she was keen to combine […]


Tichaona Ruzane – Registered Manager

23 November 2018

“As a Registered Manager, my role is critical in ensuring that the people we support always receive high quality services. I am committed to delivering a service that centres on and responds to the people who use it.”


Anna Stanke – Care Co-ordinator for Hunts and Peterborough

16 March 2017

“We will always be there for our clients. We know how much our service is not only valued by them, but also how much they rely on it as we are supporting them because carers can no longer manage their caring role themselves without help.”


Nicky Hornsby – Young Adult Carers Senior Support Co-ordinator

15 March 2017

“I feel proud to be part of a team who are committed to providing the best possible support to families.”


Janice Watson – Rapid Response & Care Co-ordinator Manager

2 March 2017

“I feel passionately about helping family carers before they become burnt out and have a breakdown. We are there to help them.”


Ruth Young – Senior Assessment & Review Officer

22 November 2016

“I work with families who are close to crisis, people who didn’t know we existed and wished they had known about us earlier.”


Becca Browne – Community-based Carers Support Officer

22 November 2016

“At Carers Trust Cambridgeshire they are always supportive and keen to develop you. If you want to make a difference to people’s lives and have an employer who listens to you and supports you, then it’s a brilliant place to work.”


Brendan Milborne – Care Worker

22 November 2016

“I get great satisfaction knowing I can give their families a break, I see how the family care giver can become exhausted and has little time, if any, on their own.”