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 About County Care Berkshire 


County Care Berkshire was established in 2011 by friends and business partners, Carolyn Jarvis and Charlotte Evans. With backgrounds in nursing and social work we knew we wanted to offer a home care service to local residents in the Windsor, Maidenhead and Slough areas. 
We know that recognising the need for care or support in your own home is often an emotional and sometimes difficult time. Naturally you don’t want to lose your independence and may be fearful because ‘bad care’ is so often in the headlines. County Care Berkshire will respect your wishes and provide your care with dignity and choice in the comfort of your own surroundings. Your family and loved ones can rest assured you are in the best hands with us. 
Do you want to carry on living at home but think you may need some help and support to do so? 


Not many private care agencies have been set up and are run by a combination of qualified nurse and social worker. Charlotte and Carolyn bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in health and social care to the business. As friends and business partners for many years, Charlotte and Carolyn work tirelessly to provide the best service to all their Clients. They are well known and respected locally in the Windsor area. 
Their combination of skills and approachability means you can rely on them to highlight any concerns and go that extra mile for you. Our clients can trust us to furnish them with the information they require throughout the care journey. We will identify and work collaboratively with other health and social care professionals to ensure respectful, compassionate and joined up support is given at all times. 
Finally, our team of trained carers is reliable and devoted. With this in mind you can trust us to provide a personal and communicative service as well as being good listeners and responsive to your needs. 


At County Care we look for carers who have the right attitude and who love to care for others. We pride ourselves on choosing the best people and we are rigorous in our recruitment process. Our carers are enthusiastic and reliable and whilst we recognise the importance of excellent communication skills, equally important is the ability to make a connection with each customer and their family. 
Our care team are also trained and expected to: 
Work with dignity and respect 
Work in a person centred way 
Maintain a safe environment 
Manage challenging behaviour 
Provide nutritious meals 
Provide mind-stimulating activities 
Create social interaction 
Supervise daily activities 
Mandatory training includes – Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults, Moving and Handling, COSHH, RIDDOR, Food hygiene, Fire Safety, Medication awareness, Equality awareness, First Aid, Infection control, Health and safety 
All carers also receive training in Moving and Handling techniques, Health and Safety, Safeguarding and Administration of Medication. At County Care we respect and support our carers ensuring we offer competitive wages whilst providing regular supervision and appraisal. 
All of our carers have annual police checks, professional references and full training including induction and mandatory training. 
Some of our carers enjoying a well earned summer picnic in the park with county Care.  



Carolyn Jarvis Director of Operations 

Running a domiciliary care agency with Charlotte has been one of the most rewarding challenges of my life. As operations director I have overall responsibility for marketing and finance. However I gain most enjoyment from meeting our customers and by working in partnership with other professionals and families to ensure our customers have the best possible care. I am so proud of our fantastic carers who always go ‘the extra mile’. When not at work, you will find me singing with the local chamber choir, getting fit at the gym or seeing friends for a coffee. 

Brinda Hurrymun Service Manager 

Brinda is a great communicator as well as being caring and patient. She always works diligently and in a person centered manner.  

Ecstacy (Stacy) Mguyo Recruitment and Compliance Coordinator 

Stacy has over ten years in the care field. Most recently as a Manager for Supported living homes in London. Her previous experience has spanned Care Homes and domiciliary care for County Care Berkshire. Her role requires her to recruit the best new staff for our clients and ensure they are compliant with regulation during the course of their employment with us. 

Marcia Woodward Finance Manager  

As the longest standing employee of County Care, I arguably have one of the most important jobs within the organisation, having ultimate responsibility for ensuring our staff group is paid correctly and on time! As a Brazilian, I love all sport (including football of course) but have a recent passion for skiing. 

Liz Akery Payroll  

Liz is integral to County Care services not only as a valued member of our team but for her diligent work with payroll and ensuring clients are invoiced correctly and that carers are paid accordingly. 

Susan Low Administrative Support 

Susan has a background in care. She supports our office team with all administrative tasks including communicating with our care team and responding to client needs. She helps to maintain the smooth functioning and flow of the office ensuring challenges are dealt with in a timely and friendly manner. She remains calm in the face of challenges and always aims to provide excellent customer service when dealing with clients.  


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