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All carers are ID and DBS checked as well as interviewed. Carers are insured except those marked as home assistants.

Jessica Sodiya

Jessica S

Advanced carer

Caring for:

14 years



Half hour:


Get in touch for a no obligation chat.


I have been a carer for 14 years something I have always loved doing. I have now started a degree in medicine, which switched into from a degree in to nursing, so am continuously working to improve my knowledge and skills.

I started in care because of my grandmother, whom I looked after for a very long time. Having had that experience, I wanted to make use of what I had learnt, so threw myself into care full time. I love caring for the elderly, but also for younger people and children with disabilities. I pride myself on being able to handle difficult situations and difficult people on a 1 to 1 basis, as well as my ability to connect and communicate with them and their families. I make sure to take notes diligently and communicate them clearly to everyone else involved in delivering the care.

I love to cook and I enjoy learning new dishes and styles of cooking, although try as I might, my baking still needs work.

So, if you are looking for an experienced and knowledgeable carer, who has a degree in human and medical science and has studied both nursing and medicine, I am the carer for you forward hearing from you.


Eating and drinking assistance Medication reminders Assist in dressing Moving and handling PEG feeding Wound dressing Hoist assistance Catheter care Administrative tasks Cleaning Laundry Cooking


Alzheimer's Dementia Vascular Dementia Parkinson's disease Autism Aspergers Anxiety Depression Insulin dependent (Type 1) Diabetes Mild cognitive impairment Physical Disability Orthopaedic Injuries End of life care