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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 Outstanding in January 2019, we have a customer care charter to ensure their services continue to improve.

Ann Mumby, Director

Ann Mumby

Director

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

Director

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

Operations director
I have been in the business on and off since I was a teenager. I used to drive our carers to and from placements. Since then, I have undertaken most roles within the business, including Finance, Care Management and Recruitment. This experience has led me to Operations as I understand the working of the company. Since I started, the company has grown, and with it, my role has changed drastically. Working with family isn’t always easy, but it provides me with a constant reminder of why we are in the care industry.

Outside of work
I spend a lot of time keeping fit, I also like to read a lot, spend time with my Wife and friends
I love to travel but it’s often hard to find the time.

Beatrie Liljenberg, Care Coordinator

Care Coordinator

My Aim as care coordinator is to ensure all aspects of the day-to-day operations run smoothly. My role is to liaise with clients and their families to ensure they are happy and that the care they are receiving from Mumby’s is of the highest quality and meets out Oustading rating. I also conduct Staff supervisions, Appraisals and spot checks, as well and manage and support our care staff.

My interests outside of work

Spending time with family and friends.
Volunteering for The Archway Foundation
Travelling when I get the chance

Isabelle Mumby. Care Manager

Care Manager

My primary focus is to liaise with our clients and their families. I also oversee coordination and scheduling for our team of carers. I previously worked in Mumby’s as a carer and care coordinator, this is invaluable as I can put myself in our carers position to ensure they get the best possible management.

My new role now brings together all I have previously learned. I aim to ensure we meet and uphold our outstanding rating and high standards of care.

Joanna Kardzis. Recruitment & HR Manager


Recruitment & HR Manager
I am a CIPD, qualified HR professional who firmly believes that people must be seen as a company’s greatest asset.
My role at Mumby’s is to attract and retain the best employees, provide them with encouragement and support, and make them feel that they are an integral part of the company’s mission.

Outside of work
I spend a lot of time learning new skills.

Hannah Adams, Finance Manager

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As a finance manager, I’m responsible for the finances of the company. Together with Steph, we inform and resolve any financial issues you may have. My duties are varied but include payroll and cash management. I will be available to speak to Monday to Thursday 9:30 to 2:30.

My interest outside of work

Outside of work I like to spend quality family time with my Husband and two girls

Donna Kerby. Administrator

Administrator

It 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 Manager

Training Manager

My role is to ensure that all staff training levels are up to date and in line with current legislation. I deliver all face to face training during induction weeks. I also provide client-specific training in collaboration with Occupational therapists and other health professionals. I am passionate about helping all employees further their career progression should they wish to do so.

Outside of work I like
Walking my dog
Spending time with family and friends
Going out for meals
The Great British Bake Off!

Steph Cornell. Credit Controller

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Credit Controller
As a credit controller, I am responsible for the sales invoicing and credit control of the company. My duties include production of the weekly invoices and dealing with invoice queries as they arise. I will be in the office and available to speak to Wednesdays and Thursdays 8:30 to 4:30.

My interest outside of work
I love the countryside and enjoy taking my dog for walks, although he’s not too keen in the rain. I am the treasurer of the local Wine Circle who meet once a month for talks and tastings and have found I have picked up a little knowledge along the way. My other great pleasure is my grandson who has just turned two this month, he keeps me on my toes and is a constant source of fun.