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Caremark launches new service in Havering

PUBLISHED: 10:00 15 September 2019 | UPDATED: 12:45 17 September 2019

L-R: Bianca Rovai care manager, the Mayor of Havering and Baljit Bains Caremark Havering director. Picture: Caremark Havering

L-R: Bianca Rovai care manager, the Mayor of Havering and Baljit Bains Caremark Havering director. Picture: Caremark Havering

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A care company launched its new Havering service with a special community party.

L-R: Bianca Rovai care manager, the Mayor of Havering councillor Michael Deon Burton and Baljit Bains Company directors. Picture: Caremark HaveringL-R: Bianca Rovai care manager, the Mayor of Havering councillor Michael Deon Burton and Baljit Bains Company directors. Picture: Caremark Havering

Caremark Havering, a home care company, held its official launch party at the North Street Halls, Hornchurch, on Monday, September 9.

Baljit Bains, safeguarding lawyer and managing director of the new service, said: "I've always wanted to help people and am passionate about social care in the community.

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"I opened my business because I want to reach the most vulnerable people and genuinely make a positive difference to their lives.

The Mayor of Havering councillor Michael Deon Burton and business development manager and director Jugjeet Bains. Picture: Caremark HaveringThe Mayor of Havering councillor Michael Deon Burton and business development manager and director Jugjeet Bains. Picture: Caremark Havering

"Opening a home care franchise made sense to me from the outset because of my legal background and family connections in the care industry.

"It's a great opportunity to be more involved with helping people and to be more hands-on than I have been before."

Caremark Havering was awarded its Care Quality Commission (CQC) registration on August 5.

It provides home care to people in the Havering area with a range of needs including dementia and disability.

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