Sahara is fertile ground for growth

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

By SHARON KAUR, managing director, Sahara Homes

My career came about by accident. Fifteen years ago a friend of mine had opened a home for women with learning disabilities and one or two had previously been abused. I went to work there for a weekend to help out my friend and ended up working there for six weeks, teaching the women how to live like others – making cups of tea, dressing normally etc. It dawned on me that this is what I wanted to do.

A few years later I opened my first home for four women with learning difficulties, including one of the women at the home I first worked in. The strong relati

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