Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
2021, was certainly not the easiest of years for many of us, but through the challenging times, there were also many uplifting moments too, and we prefer to focus on these when we can!
We have heard how candidates we have placed have gone above and beyond to safely support their clients. This includes support workers who have moved in with their clients for extended periods to reduce the risks of infection, leaving their own family homes to do so.
We heard of clinically vulnerable clients who caught COVID, but managed to come through. The support our candidates provide in this situation, is both physical and emotional for the client and their family.
The case managers we work with, have been hard-working and creative, adapting their way of working to help us achieve our shared objectives.
The Snap team have managed many difficult situations with the complications and extra stresses that COVID brings. Through their hard work and dedication, we have been able to maintain our service throughout the year to provide support for our clients. I feel very fortunate to have such a great team.
At Snap Care, we had our own lovely news. Jade, who has been a senior recruiter at Snap for many years announced she was expecting and a mini-Jade is due early in the New Year! We will of course all miss Jade while she is on maternity leave, but look forward to meeting her new arrival soon (and her return in due course!).
We are delighted to welcome Sherry Harris, trainee recruiter to the Snap team.
So, we leave 2021 with cautious optimism for the coming year. We know there will be further challenges in 2022 with the COVID situation, but we feel better equipped now to face those.
All the team at Snap Care wish you a very Merry Christmas and a healthy and happy 2022!
Sally Britton started Snap Care in 2001 and continues to manage the business on a day to day basis.
My interest in the area of disability started from a very personal viewpoint; my step-daughter Camilla has cerebral palsy. She was our motivation to start Snap Care and continues to be my personal benchmark for the quality of candidates we work with. As MD of Snap Care, I see the vital role support workers play in our clients’ lives, providing more than just the basic care needs to maximise each child or client’s opportunities.