Home care franchisee on course to complete third major marathon for autism charity

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A Network Healthcare franchisee is on course to complete her third major marathon in less than six weeks, in a bid to raise funds for the National Autistic Society.

Caroline Robins, the new owner of Network Healthcare’s Crawley & Mid Sussex branch, completed the London and Boston marathons on October 3 and 11 respectively, and is hoping to cross the finish line in New York on November 7.

She hopes that by completing the triple marathon she will raise £2,000 for the National Autistic Society. Click here to donate.

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Robins, who has nearly 20 years’ experience in supporting people with autism, said:  “I believe that autism is a condition that more people need to be truly aware of so that people who are on the spectrum are better understood and supported to have an inclusive life within our community.”

Gavin Chase, director of Brand Partnerships at Network Healthcare, commented: “Caroline is an example of the passion our franchise partners demonstrate in all areas of their lives and we are immensely proud of her.”

Robins was one of four new franchise partners to join Network Healthcare in August.

The company, headquartered in Birmingham, specialises in the recruitment of care workers and the delivery of home care services across the UK.

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