Who has the biggest influence on you?
My support worker, Paul Brown. He helps me out in tricky
Which health or social care professional has been most use
The Hillcrest staff are always there for me.
What three words best describe you?
Intelligent, easy-going, sociable.
What event most changed your life?
I did a charity bike ride last February in aid of the Tsunami
Appeal. We went from Chichester to Midhurst and back.
What one thing would you ban?
Smoking in public places.
What is your greatest achievement?
Saving my cat’s life when it had an accident. I telephoned the vet
and he advised me to clean it with salt water to stop
What makes you happy?
Seeing Hillcrest staff makes me smile everyday.
When were you last angry?
With a staff member when I thought I hadn’t received my allocated
number of hours for the week, but I had.
Who would you swap places with?
John Aspden, the domiciliary care manager. He is tall, has
a nice car, always has cigarettes, has two children to go home to
and goes to the gym.
Who do you most admire?
My dad, but he has been ill recently, which is a worry.
What is the most important lesson you have learned?
Not to let staff member’s car tyres down when they