Hello, we are the team that make up Solihull Carers Centre. You may know some of us but for those of us you don’t, we’d like you to know who we are and what we do.
Brandon Scott-Omenka, Chief Executive Officer
Senior Management Team:
Hazel Evans, Adult Team Manager
Gina Ward, Young Carers Team Manager
Chris Chappell, Business Manager
Adult Carers’ Team:Michelle Stoddard, Events & Activities Coordinator Patty Vuckovic, Carers Contact Worker Richard Anderson, Carers Assessment Worker Sue Prince, Carers Assessment Worker Shanice Brown, Carers Contact Worker Anu Kumar, Administrative Support
Young Carers’ Team:Barrry Noy, Events and Activities Coordinator Joanne Ismail, Support Worker Bev Willett, Support Worker Naron Litchmore, Young Carers Sessional Worker Adam Kreft, Young Carers Sessional Worker Donna Kerr, Young Carers Sessional Worker Emma Bartlett, Young Carers Sessional Worker Rachael Mulcare, Young Carers Sessional Worker
Young Adult Carers Team:Bev Willett, Young Adult Carers Support Worker Sally Barton-Bodley, Young Adult Carers Support and NEET Project Worker
Peer Mentoring and Befirending Project (Funded by Children in Need)
Taz Bibi, Peer Mentoring and Befriending Project Worker
Naomi Perryman, Peer Mentoring and Befriending Volunteer Coordinator
Naomi Perryman,Volunteer CoordinatorTerry Blyth, Admin Support Volunteer
GP Liaison Team:
Linda Bonfield, GP Liaison Worker
There are occasions when you can meet us – at activities, events and meetings organised by the centre. If you’d like to get in touch to discuss what we do and how we can help you, you can contact any of us on 0121 788 1143 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Solihull Carers Centre has been established in the borough of Solihull for over 13 years and is both a registered charity and company limited by guarantee. We are a network partner of the Carers Trust and have recently been achieved their Centre of Excellence status.
Our team members come from different backgrounds, including social care, health care, voluntary and private sector services, and have skills in volunteering, supporting people, youth work, business administration, finance and management. Training, both core and individual, is ongoing.