Dr Adeoye and Dr Anikphe Oyedeji have just completed their two week initial training course for franchise owners with Caremark Ltd, and are now fully prepared to continue developing their own Caremark community care business in Cheshire West and Chester.
Held by the Caremark support team in West Sussex, the course covers everything a franchise owner needs to start and build their business. Members of the team work alongside external representatives to help prepare Caremark franchise owners deliver the highest standards of care within their specific region.
"This course has been amazing," said Dr Adeoye. "We've returned to our community feeling energised and excited about our business. We're especially excited by the new career opportunities we're creating and our future role in helping the vulnerable people in this region".
The pair are now busy setting up their office, planning to open in an old listed building on Station Road, Ellesmere Port that once held a Guiness World Record for housing the longest bar in Great Britain.
Now, the building will house a centre owned by the Christian Church providing a range of services to the local community, one of which is domiciliary care provision through Caremark (Cheshire West and Chester).
"We intend to become the biggest and best home care provider in the region," said Dr Anikphe, "delivering the highest quality of care to our service users who wish to remain living in their own homes securely and comfortably".
Caremark (Cheshire West and Chester) is part of a franchise network of over 50 offices throughout the UK and Ireland with over 20 years of experience in providing care and companionship to people living in their own homes.
Published: 23 April 2010
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