Our Team, Our Values,
Magic Life was formed in 2013 by a group of professionals with a genuine commitment, interest, and concern for vulnerable adults with Mental Health diagnoses, Learning Disabilities, and Autism. Magic Life has grown to support people with the following diagnoses
Physical Disability, Dual Diagnosis, Acquired Brain Injuries, Behaviours that are deemed to be challenging, Female Only Provision, EUPD Support, Forensic Support, Long-term Support and Respite Service. We now have fourteen assisted living homes in London and Hertfordshire with more opening soon.
We believe in delivering high-quality treatment, tailored to the individual’s needs within a caring community. Every individual is actively involved in planning and decision-making from assessment onwards, as we believe this gives them control over their own lives and provides them with support for independent living.
"A great team that go the extra mile to provide and empower the service user with motivation and skills to achieve their goals in life"
Social Worker - London
Our highly-trained management team is committed to:
- Treating people with dignity and respect
- Focusing on people’s potential and strengths
- Valuing everyone as a unique individual
- Accepting people for who they are and what they have achieved
- Listening non-judgementally to people’s experiences
- Being genuinely concerned for the person’s wellbeing
- Providing creative and innovative support services
- Helping everyone realise their potential
Our experienced team
Director of OperationsSee profile
Director of Operations30+ years in health and social care has taught me a number of things. Treat people with respect and treat everyone as an individual. I have been honoured over the years to have learnt from the greatest teachers relating to mental health and disabilities and that is from the people themselves. Having joined with Magic Life has presented me with opportunities to share these experiences with a view to hopefully allowing people to lead the life they want to and making quality of life meaningful Eamonn Cummings
Business Development ManagerSee profile
Business Development ManagerI have been working with individuals with Dual-Diagnosis since 2010, I joined Magic Life as a Support-Worker, part-time in 2015. I was in the last year of my studies to become a registered member of BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy), My final essay was about the impact of Mental-Health in BME (Black Minority Ethnic) males and the issue of Dual-Diagnosis. I found that working face to face with these individuals gave me more insight than any research paper ever could, and ultimately I was able to get a hands-on approach to supporting individuals. I have now worked at Magic Life for over 7 years, and have moved from a Support-Worker, Project Manager, Area-Manager to Business Development Manager, through recognition of my hard work and understanding of the individuals we support. My life experiences have enabled me to have an understanding and empathetic relationship with individuals, there is nothing more rewarding than supporting someone to move towards a more independent way of living. MagicLife is a forward-thinking company that has great plans for the future; I am excited about how the company is expanding and look forward to being part of that growth. I am also somewhat Spurs mad!!! Raff Baccus
Quality Assurance ManagerSee profile
Quality Assurance ManagerHaving been in the Social Care industry for a long time in one capacity or other, I have developed the motivation to ensure that the work we do, practical, person-centred and administrative, is in line with the CQC and Local Authority standards and is documented as such. Quality Assurance is a team effort so the ability to work as part of a team and collaborate together to achieve high-quality standards and seeing the recommendations and suggestions being utilized is very rewarding. Attention to detail is my forte and, as I have disclosed at some of the projects I visit, “I get paid to be nosy!”
Area ManagerSee profile
Area ManagerI began my career in 2009 working for an Autism specific service in Hertfordshire. I marvelled at what I learned most importantly from the people I was supporting and I can testify a lot of my knowledge comes from them. I quickly progressed and eventually went on to work with a more varied client group, helping to manage and supporting people with learning disabilities and people with mental health issues. While gaining my professional qualifications along the way, I also learnt about how to grow a community and the joys and challenges that come along with that growth. The personal nature of the work we undertake has helped me to make it my mission to ensure that people get the best standards of care we can possibly give in whatever roles I have undertaken. My purpose now comes from supporting others to develop their skills and talents to best serve the needs of those we support as well as providing a safe, happy environment that helps people to live their best lives.
Magic Life Training ManagerSee profile
Magic Life Training ManagerI began my career in the Hospitality industry. I worked initially in restaurant management, before discovering a passion for training twenty years ago and becoming London District Trainer for an international restaurant chain. Eventually, I felt ready for a new challenge and made the switch into Health & Social Care. I consider myself very much a people person and feel this is a perfect fit for me. I have really enjoyed expanding my knowledge and becoming qualified in areas such as Positive Behaviour Support. I joined Magic Life in 2021, and it’s great to be part of such a forward-looking team that is firmly focused on Person-Centred Care. I love getting to spend time with all of our Support Workers and hope we can help provide them with the skills they need to make a real difference in people’s lives.
Service Manager Maple LodgeSee profile
Service Manager Maple LodgeAfter deciding to pursue a career change from the creative industry, I enrolled and completed studies in a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health in 2012. I began my career in Health and Social care as a senior support worker in Domiciliary Care where I worked with elderly and disabled clients. My experiences have included working as a Floating support worker, supporting mental health clients in the community and also in Extra Care setting supporting clients with dementia, mental health, LD and Autism. In 2018 I successfully completed ILM leadership and management (Level 4) and was promoted to acting project manager. I share and align myself with the principles of Magic Life and I am excited and honoured to be part of a forward-thinking care team.
Service Manager - Harringay RoadSee profile
Service Manager - Harringay RoadI have been working in the care sector since 2010 as a domiciliary support assistant. In July 2016, I joined Magic life as a support worker supporting individuals with mild/moderate mental health needs. The team was highly trained and I gained valuable skills, such as; compassion, effective communication skills and ways to de-escalate challenging behaviours. The team was able to make a difference in the daily lives of service users to overcome challenges. Being promoted to a senior support worker has a lot to do with my ability to learn from the vast amount of training available for staff to better meet the needs of the individuals we support.
Service Manager Devonshire Lodge and Greyhound RoadSee profile
Service Manager Devonshire Lodge and Greyhound RoadI have been working in social care in London for over 11 years. Having worked across five different boroughs of London; I had a chance of gaining experience in a variety of settings; which included residential care, respite, advocacy, outreach, and day services. My professional career and values allowed me to adopt a holistic approach to care provision as I believe it is important to find the right balance between every aspect of human life. I still get the most satisfaction out of seeing people we support to develop and achieve. I am looking forward to utilizing my skills and experience whilst at Magic Life.
Deputy Manager DevonshireSee profile
Deputy Manager DevonshireMy name is Sundus and I would like to think I bring the right balance of analytical mind and empathy into my role of a Deputy Manager. Back in 2019 I have completed BSC in Biology with honours at UCLAN in Preston. This gave me a solid background and strong organisational skills, but also crucial knowledge around human nature and how this can be apply in daily life. Perhaps for some it was a surprise but for me it was a natural step to take on a role in care system. Having started as a bank staff at Devonshire Lodge I quickly developed into a senior support worker and enjoyed this role for some time. My organisational skills and drive for professional development pushed me forward as I was given more tasks linked to auditing and supervising staff. At the same time, I have never stopped enjoying interactions with people supported, offering new person centred activities, organising parties or simply hanging out with our residents. I feel that the mixture of all the above made me a right candidate when I was offered a role of Deputy at The Lodge which I plan to hold for foreseeable future.
Project Manager Greyhound RoadSee profile
Project Manager Greyhound RoadI started working in care when I was 18 years old, it is something I have always been passionate about, and I never thought I would enjoy my job as much as I do. I have a lot of experience in various health and social care settings starting as a carer and working my way up to the management level. I have developed many skills and knowledge over the years. A person-centred approach is extremely important to me, I feel that this approach provides individuals in our care to have the best quality of life and being able to care and support an individual the way you would want to be cared for is key. I have worked with Magic Life for a year now and I have never felt happier.
Service Manager Manor LodgeSee profile
Service Manager Manor LodgeBeing passionate about helping individuals with needs has been one of my goals when growing up, hence I decided a few years ago to change course in my pursuit of this dream into a reality. A life of devotion, caring, supporting individual's with needs has fulfilled my life goals. I enjoy listening, participating, communicating and supporting individuals with the help of my colleagues. I take great pride in my work and personal image at all times and take my place as a role model for those I help support. I have developed a professional approach In helping those I support and always aim to achieve the best results for my team and for the people in my care. I am looking forward to expanding my role with Magic Life and helping to make a better life for all.
Service Manager The ChapelSee profile
Service Manager The ChapelI started working as a support worker 4 years ago, and it quickly became a passion of mine to develop my career and experience when working with service users. I work by getting to know clients, understanding them and how they feel, then working with them to enjoy a better quality of life. I work in a person-centred way and will adapt myself to work in a way that is best suited to the client. I love seeing the positive impact that supported living can have on a service user and seeing the independence that people can gain.
Service Manager 672 High RoadSee profile
Service Manager 672 High RoadI started working in health and social care as a forensic mental health support worker in a mental health care setting, I got promoted to the role of senior support worker before I left the organisation for other challenges. I have experience in physical disabilities, Learning disabilities, young people and mental health. Over the years, I have developed more commitment in care in my previous roles as a Team Leader because I have supported vulnerable individuals in removing barriers that limit social inclusion, limit abilities to achieve goals and aspiration or actions that undermine effective communication. I am pleased to join Magic life to achieve further personal developments and goals. I am convinced that I am currently in the right environment and I also have the right support.
Deputy Service Manager 672 High RoadSee profile
Deputy Service Manager 672 High RoadI started studying health and social care in college, since then I have worked in the health industry, I have worked in various health and social care settings with service users with different care requirements. During this time, I have developed and learned several skills and knowledge that are necessary in this field of work. I have also worked alongside management and stakeholders involved in the care of the individuals. This has built up my confidence which is why I applied for the role Deputy manager. I hope to bring a positive impact to the magic life team as an organization and as part of the team.
Service Manager Burlington LodgeSee profile
Service Manager Burlington LodgeI started my career as a care assistant in a nursing home in 2007 and cared for individuals living with dementia, early onset dementia and physical disabilities. In 2016 I moved to Magic Life as a support worker and quickly promoted to a project manager at Bruce Grove Villa supporting individuals with mild and moderate mental health needs. Our highly trained team provides support for our service users to overcome day-to-day challenges and barriers they face in their life, we help to build their practical daily skills and to access community and health care services. Our staff encourage the service users to take part in a variety of activities and help to develop their self-confidence, choice and control of their lives and to promote their wellbeing. I take a lot of satisfaction in helping make a difference in peoples lives.
Service Manager Park Side and Park LodgeSee profile
Service Manager Park Side and Park LodgeI have worked in the health and social care field for 13 years, during this time I have worked my way up from support worker to registered Manager. Throughout this time, I have also been able to obtain my Level 3 in health and social care as well as my level 5 Diploma in Leadership and management. As well as my CQC registration. During my career, I have had the opportunity to work in various settings whilst supporting individuals who have a wide range of emotional, mental health and physical needs. These have been in supported living projects, residential homes, and outreach services. I have a real passion for wanting to see progression, happiness, and fulfilment in the lives of the people we support. I am proud that over the years I have been instrumental in making peoples dreams. Hopes and desires a reality. There really is no better feeling.
Service Manager Bruce Grove & Winns MewsSee profile
Service Manager Bruce Grove & Winns MewsI am an outgoing individual who has a passion for working with young people and adults who require support to make changes in their life. I have extensive experience working within the social care sector, specialising in young adults with disabilities in mild Autism, Asperges, Downs Syndrome, Global development delay to the higher end of the autism spectrum. Both Verbal and Nonverbal. I have been in this field for thirteen years. I was a housing Manager for 7 years, I have my level 5 in management, NVQ Health and social care level 2 and 3 and my youth work NVQ level 2 and 3. I believe the smallest outcome is a positive outcome, which always brings joy to those who thought that they could not do it. My Motto is yes you can. Cheryl Evans Project Manager
Deputy Manager Park LodgeSee profile
Deputy Manager Park LodgeI worked in the care for 23 years and started my role as a support worker in a day center as an activity facilitator. As time passed by I developed my skills in care and made progress in the field of Health and social care. I joined Magic life in 2017. The nature of the job made me realize my real passion for promoting young adults to be independent and how to motivate others in terms of simple activities in the house. At Park Lodge, I organized various indoor and outdoor activities for our young people. Our residents enjoy the plan of the day and look forward to having a pleasant day. This may be anything from a Day trip out to visit places of interest or a planned indoor event such as parties, cultural events, games, and handcrafts. This is a way to engage our residents in a positive way. Throughout my journey in care, I have learned a lot from my colleagues and feel happy to see my residents always have a smile on their faces and asking me for the plan of the day. I am known to be funny, chatty, and reliable. I believe I must be the kind of person with these qualities to be able to motivate my service users to bring out their potential.
Service Manager NorthlandsSee profile
Service Manager NorthlandsI began my career in health and Social Care in 1989, as a waking night support worker, working for individuals with learning Disabilities. Over the years I have changed my role from working in the day centre supporting individuals to engaged in activities from cooking, swimming, snorkelling, attending college and work to road safety, plus many more activities in between. Whilst working in the day centre I had many different roles from senior activity coordinator, deputy manager and site manager. During this time, I learnt a lot of what individuals enjoy in the day-to-day life. As this service grew, I started working with individuals living in the home and in the community where I learned about supported living and what it was like for individuals to live independently and gaining experience. I learned what this was like for a person with a disability living alone, and how and what supported they wanted. I then changed paths and started working as a manager of a large residential home where I became the registered manger. Whilst there I supported and encouraged individuals to move into there own flats. This was an exciting time for them, as I was helped individuals to grow as tenants and reach their own goals and aspiration. It’s important for me to enable, promote independence to individuals to achieve in life. As a manager, I have led a diverse team, and I am team player who believes in supporting colleges and a company to achieve the goals of the people we support.
Every member of staff works towards enabling people to:
- Maximise the choice and control they have over their lives
- Maintain and increase their dignity and self-respect
- Play an active role within their communities
- Build friendships and networks within these communities
- Enjoy opportunities to learn, and grow to realise their potential
- Gain the safety and security they need to reach that future
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