Paul can be heard at various times right across the week. He says:
"I'm proud to be working on Care Radio, having had first-hand experience of the amazing work carers do.
"My mother recently passed away after 18 months in a care home, most of them during the Covid-19 restrictions where family visits were extremely limited.
“The people Mum spent her days with weren’t carers, they became part of her family. While we couldn’t spend the time we wanted with her, the carers stepped in and gave her the love and support she needed.
" I was delighted to help when asked to work on Care Radio. It probably sounds a bit twee, but I genuinely am honoured to be giving something back to the amazing people, paid and unpaid, that selflessly help others every day. If what I do can help in any small way to make a difference, then I’ll do it.”
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