Caremark launches new service in Havering

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

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

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 Bain

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

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.

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

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

The Mayor of Havering councillor Michael Deon Burton and business development manager and director J

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


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"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.

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

The Mayor of Havering councillor Michael Deon Burton and business development manager and director J

The Mayor of Havering councillor Michael Deon Burton and business development manager and director Jugieet Bains. Picture: Caremark Havering - Credit: Archant

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