See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taA14IVIm9g that I done #volunteering with www.resourcesforautism.org.uk Resourcesforautism.org.uk and done #safeguarding training with LEA in 2015. What do you like about this business?
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On Monday I accompanied my 98-year-old husband to his appointment at Kings College Hospital https://careers.kch.nhs.uk and as anyone who grew up in the West Indies will understand we decided to kill https://www.jobs.nhs.uk as many birds as possible with one stone. We took a cab to the hospital because I don’t drive. From the hospital, we got the bus, for 2 stops as Tom said he was going to the barber. Since the last time I went with him, the barber is at a different location. Owing to mobility, and other underlying conditions, my husband is no longer the “Superman” his son called him. But he is determined to keep his independence and for the proud man he is, this important to him, that I must ensure his wishes are granted www.southwarkcarers.org.uk. Because I witnessed that determination with my father during his years of struggles with www.parkinsons.org.uk disease. To the day I was the last to see dad alive and the first to realise he died.
This is the reason I want to give credit to the barber who attended to my husband on Monday. I give this young man credit for the way he conducted himself from the time we entered the shop until we departed. He is sensitive and caring, helping Tom to remove his jacket and talking to him to let him know he is aware of his needs. So as a participant in wwww.acas.org.uk/researchpapers by Dr. Maria Hudson for the Policy Studies Institute recommended to ACAS am appalled that I must say Kings College NHS Foundation Trust was responsible for the first nervous breakdown I had. They were assisted by http://unison.org.uk and https://www.capsticks.com along with the LEA and other https://www.gov.uk agencies.
He not only served my husband, but he also interacted with me when I asked questions. Because of my ordeals at another toxic work environment www.leyf.org.uk after coming back from burying my mother with www.dementia.org.uk when I was labeled UURICA-LE to trigger my PTSD http://www.healthmanltd.com advised me to seek CBT. I am weary of my engagement and interactions with others because their response can be triggers and my reactions are sometimes misconstrued.
I will leave saying that society owes it to the older generations to foster this kind of relationship I witnessed with my husband and his barber. Instead, my husband and I have had 7 years of hell and the 2nd miscarriages of justice https://www.gov.uk/employment-tribunal-decisions/ms-m-myers-v-london-early-years-foundation-2300047-2016 hat not only impacted on our lives but changed us and made my husband scared of the future for me. Thanks to my husband’s barber I live in hope that these young men and the Best Choice Barbers will get the support to continue serving the public and be sensitive to the needs of the elderly population they serve.
Their service is appreciated on behalf of the Windrush Generation in fostering the British Values that I was raised with in Jamaica. But in the Mother Country, we get treated less favourably than animals to cover up discrimination http://judicialconduct.judiciary.gov.uk are criminals. Because we challenge unfair treatments https://www.policeconduct.gov.uk have murderers in their ranks.