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Seva-Stars

The exceptional people we work with are keen to share their stories about and experiences with Seva Care.

Meet just a few of them below…

 

Fyza

My name is Fyza and I’m 19 years old.  I studied at John Kelly Girls Technology College and I also studied business and retail and English at the college of North West London in Willesden for three years.

 

I started to attend the Seva day centre after I finished college.  I enjoy going there – it’s like the best place I have ever been to in my life and since I’ve been going there I’ve learnt a lot. I love the fantastic activities and also manage to get along with all the other people there very well. Before I first started at the centre it was scary for me because I was so confused and didn’t know how the other people there might react to me.

Now I enjoy helping out other clients and key workers whenever they need an extra pair of hands.  I’m hoping that one day I will be working at the Seva Day Centre.

My name is Fyza and I’m 19 years old.  I studied at John Kelly Girls Technology College and I also studied business and retail and English at the college of North West London in Willesden for three years.

I started to attend the Seva day centre after I finished college.  I enjoy going there – it’s like the best place I have ever been to in my life and since I’ve been going there I’ve learnt a lot. I love the fantastic activities and also manage to get along with all the other people there very well. Before I first started at the centre it was scary for me because I was so confused and didn’t know how the other people there might react to me.

 

Lisa

Hello everyone, my name is Lisa and I am 27 years old. I live in supported accommodation in Pinner House, which Seva Care has provided.

 

I like living at Pinner House because staff always ask and involve me in developing my care plan. They also work closely with my social worker to help me use social opportunities within the community.

Since I came to Seva Care I stay at home much more often, I used to be away a lot when I with the place I was with before. I like the staff a lot, they do not change very often and they know me well.

Staff at the day centre and Pinner House say that everybody can do amazing things and they have helped me for the last year to achieve my full potential and to gain more independence and hopefully get a paid job in the future!

 

Amaraj

Hi, my name is Amaraj, I’m 25 and attend the Seva Care Day centre, and also live in one of the Supported Living Houses, where I am being supported into independent living. I have been with the Seva Care group for the past 3 years, and I like it very much.

 

I am a very lively, energetic person, who loves life. I have gained many valuable skills since I have been with Seva Care. I have always wanted to live independently, and with the help from staff at the service, I was able to do this, and now am living in a Supported Living House with 2 of my friends, who I get on very well with.

By living by myself independently, Seva Care have helped me with many important day to day skills, such as cooking my own meals, cleaning the house, and generally making sure the house is tidy. My study time is very important to me as well, so I make sure I split my time equally to learn.

Managing my money is also a new skill I have learnt, and I am now able to do my own shopping.

The staff at the Day Centre and at home are very helpful, and support me a lot, and are always happy. I can go and speak to them about anything, and I have developed a great bond with them.

My hobbies and interests include meeting new people and understanding their backgrounds and cultures. I love to stay active, so I play cricket on a regular basis. I also enjoy watching boxing.