Tina leads the Radfield Home Care Crawley & Reigate office, supporting her local communities with quality home care services. Motivated by a desire to help people, Tina has been inspired by her own family who work in social care and is committed to making ageing a more enjoyable and rewarding experience for all.
Tina possesses a keen eye for detail that she used to great effect in her past roles as an Investigator with Kent Police, and a financial crime analyst. Now she uses her skills to lead the Crawley & Reigate care team, helping people to age well in local communities.
“My family have previously been involved in working in the adult social care sector and have spoken passionately about their experiences and how rewarding it has been for them. I have volunteered within my local community from a young age and have enjoyed the time spent with the older generations, listening to their stories and experiences. I used to work at my parents’ newsagent and a lot of the older customers would come in daily just to have a chat and I would love having a natter to them and realising my small interaction with them brought them so much joy.
“From my previous roles as working as an investigator, I have developed experiences which equips me with the skills to ensure the well-being of individuals. In both previous roles, I worked closely with regulators such as the home office and FCA. Both roles have enhanced my experiences in managing my resources efficiently and in line with regulatory requirements. I believe these experiences can lead to improved quality of care and a positive impact on the overall client experience.
“Previously I was an Investigator at Kent Police, for just under three years, working with officers and the public to make sure crimes reported were recorded accurately and in line with the home office counting rules. In my recent role I was a financial crime analyst, reviewing commercial and corporate clients and making sure they were FCA compliant and raising any concerns in regards to terrorist financing and money laundering.”