Throughout her early life and until she started her nursing career Sara travelled extensively. Sara has lived around the world including Australia, South America, Southern Africa, and the Middle East. Whilst this was largely due to her father’s occupation she did work, where possible doing voluntary work for aid programs such, Oxfam and taught English. Before commencing Nursing Sara took up a post in the USA supporting a family with two children with special needs in her role as au pair.
Sara has had many roles outside her career in Nursing and Midwifery such as working as an assistant tennis coach to a children’s tennis club, secretary/treasurer to a local playgroup and as co-founder of an after school club for children and teenagers in a rural community.
Sara has personal experience of recruitment and care planning for long term complex needs having managed this on behalf of both her parents through changes in their health and ultimately EOL care.
Sara lives in West London and continues to enjoy spending time with her four children, now all adults.
Having developed a love of cooking, particularly Middle Eastern and African cuisine. Sara hopes to find time to take a formal cookery class to develop these skills to a higher level.