Sussex Health Care is an independent company working as a network of facilities. The company offers care homes as well as other support services primarily focused in Sussex. The company currently runs 20 homes with most of its services geared towards caring for older people. This includes those mentally challenged as a result of Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia. It also offers special care for adults facing learning or physical challenges. This includes those struggling with neurological disabilities. With highly trained professionals, Sussex Health care offers support to its patients 24/7 using state of the art facilities and modern technology.
Sussex healthcare recently celebrated 25 years of operation, and this gave them an opportunity to reflect back at the challenges and successes they have been through for over two decades. The company is run under the co-chairmanship of Shafik Sachedina and Shiraz Boghani. The two have blended their diverse backgrounds and skills to give Sussex Healthcare the strength it needs to pull through its mandate. While Bonghani is experienced in hotel management, Sachedina, on the other hand, has a medical background having worked as a dental surgeon. This perfect combination is what has catapulted the company over the years to an award-winning adult care facility.
Notably, Sussex Healthcare’s facilities cater for both individuals who need extensive care as well as those in need of more limited care. It boasts of a skilled support team and staff, fully committed to ensure they serve the people who call this facility home. What’s more, Sussex Healthcare’s management believes in the power of competitive compensation, continuous education and training for its staff. Besides, their work ethic is built on the firm believe that apart from offering physical health care, those people in their care deserve to get the best of social life, leisure and recreational activities.
The word ‘Lovaganza’ may sound hippie-ish to some, but this organization’s goals should be goals we all take seriously and take to heart as they involve children. Lovaganza’s first goal is for all children to have access to clean drinking water. Likewise, its second goal is that every child has access to food daily. A place to sleep and clothing conjoin to make up goal number three. Basic health care, including access to vaccinations, comprises goal number four. Basic education for all children is goal five and goal six is one that should be embraced by everyone, but all too sadly isn’t. That’s the goal that all children live safely without being used in the workplace, married off as children, and for children to be removed from the equation of war.
No one with Lovaganza believes any of these goals can be easily or quickly reached. To this end, Lovaganza is setting up headquarters around the world to study each of these factors. Multiple documentaries will be created showcasing the organization’s findings. In addition, Lovaganza has developed a series of goals in increments of several years each to tackle their goals. Between now and 2018, for example, Lovaganza plans to have joined forces with at least ten major worldwide organizations and/or foundations who also support Lovaganza’s Milestone 1 as one of their own goals. Two years later, in 2020, Lovaganza plans to take its Milestone 1 to the world’s nations to develop a plan of attack to begin working on this objective. By 2022, all of the goals identified by Lovaganza will be overlooked by Lovaganza Foundation centers in the eight primary regions of the world. And by 2025 Lovaganza believes it will have the full support of all nations with regards to these objectives targeting the health and well-being of the world’s children. With that in mind, Lovaganza believes a worldwide treaty to this end is possible. With a treaty in place, Lovaganza believes that between 2025 and 2035, these goals will not just be goals, but will, in fact, be conquered objectives.
Film is one medium by which Lovaganza plans to reach the people. Get the support of the people, and it’s much easier to get the support of the government. Fourteen such films have already been produced and others are in the making.
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Sanjay Shah was recently interviewed by Eric Dye for Dye’s podcast, Entrepreneurial Podcast Network’s Enterprise Radio. The interview was recapped in an article from PR Newswire that was recently posted by Pharmiweb. The article discussed Shah and ran through a number of his accolades. One of the main areas of Shah’s life that the article focused on was the founding of Autism Rocks. Shah shared that he had founded the charity after his son, Nikhil, was diagnosed with autism.
One of the big questions that the interview tackled was how to make a business successful. Shah mentioned that new business owners should keep 2 things in mind. The first thing is that you need to make sure you have plenty of money when you start out and the second thing is that you need to understand that you may have to bring in other people to do some of the work.
Sanjay Shah is the founder of Solo Capital. Even though the firm was only founded in 2011, it has already seen so much success that Shah has been able to step back from his daily oversight and become mostly retired. Since he retired Shah has been focused on 2 projects that he is passionate about. Both of the projects are enmeshed in the music industry. One project is the charity that Shah founded, Autism Rocks. This charity raises money for autism research by hosting private concerts. Guests are asked to make a donation of at least 500 pounds and performances include Drake, Michael Buble and Prince.
The other project that has been keeping Shah busy is a partnership with a Dubai based promotional firm, Done Events. Several years ago, Shah approached the company and asked if they would be interested in teaming up and hosting a reggae festival in Dubai. Done Events said that they would love to team up with Shah on a jazz festival, because there was no real fan base for reggae in Dubai. The jazz festival was a major success and is now happening annually.