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About Mumby's

About Mumby’s

The most important thing you need to know about Mumby’s is the professionalism, passion and care that permeates every part of the business.

Mumby’s was started in 2002 by Ann Mumby, a nurse and care-home professional, who saw that live-in care was an eminently better option than nursing homes. Mumby’s treats clients, their families and their 90+ staff and carers like family; finding the best way to care and develop every individual so they can live life with respect, dignity and choice.

Based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire Mumby’s specialises in providing live-in care services for the elderly, especially those suffering Dementia and Alzheimer’s across Oxfordshire, it’s surrounding counties and London. They also help adults with physical and mental disabilities and have specialist carers that can provide care to high dependency clients. Regulated by the Care Quality Commission Mumby’s were rated good in all areas of inspection in June 2016, and have a customer care charter to ensure their services continue to improve.

Ann Mumby, Director

Ann Mumby

Ann Mumby is a registered Nurse with 20 years’ experience of running a nursing and care agency. Previously to setting up Mumby’s, Ann ran a branch of one of the major home care providers in Berkshire, it was here that she realised she could provide a better standard of care to her clients through her own live-in care business, hence Mumby’s.

Trevor Mumby, Director M.Sc. B.A.S.W

Trevor Mumby

In 1979 Ann moved to Saudi Arabia where she met her husband Trevor. Trevor is a recognised psychoanalyst, a Senior Associate Member of The Royal Society of Medicine, Associate Member of the American Group Psychotherapy Association and also a Member of the British Association of Social Workers. He is also the author of Conducting Well-Being With Dementia In The Family and helps maintain and improve Mumby’s high standards of dementia care expertise.

Joel Mumby. Operations Director

Joel Mumby

Joel joined the company in 2012 and is responsible for the day to day running of the business aided by his team of five office support staff.

Dawid Kubicki. Care Manager

Dawid Kubicki

I manage our carers’ day to day activities and liaise with our clients and their families. I oversee co-ordinating the Mumby’s care services for our clients. My previous experience as an NVQ assessor and as a live in carer have given me a full understanding of what is expected from carers and management. My new role now brings together all I have previously learned to ensure the highest standard of care is upheld.

Mina Karawadra. Accounts Manager

Mina KarawadraI am responsible for the company accounts, producing invoices and payroll for all our Staff. Please contact me if you have any queries or issues with any aspect of your account with Mumby’s.

Julie Bruton. Care Manager


My role as Care Manager is to assess, support, liaise and assist people to find a care pathway which supports their wishes and needs; whilst also delivering high quality care with the amazing team here at Mumby’s.

Mary Tippett. Recruitment Manager


My aim as the Recruitment Manager is to employ the right carer for our clients as if they were looking after their own parent. I am also on hand to support and listen to our carers if there are any issues or concerns.

Donna Kerby. Administrator

DonnaIt is my responsibility to ensure all back office functions are running smoothly and in order so that care managers and HR can effectively do their job knowing that files and paperwork are all monitored and in order. This is no small task considering the amount of paper that is sent out and received in a care company

Jack Cooper. Training Coordinator


My role is to ensure that all staff training levels are up to date and in line with current legislation. I am also passionate about helping all employees further their career progression should they wish to do so.

Steph Cornell. Accounts Assistant

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As an accounts assistant I make sure that I am on hand to maintain and increase the efficiency of the accounts department.