NACAS chair steps down to focus on Tech for Care duties

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The National Association of Care & Support Workers (NACAS) has announced that its co-founder Mohammed Gbadamosi has stepped down from his role as director and chair.

Gbadamosi, who launched NACAS alongside Paul Featherstone and Karolina Gerlich in 2017, will now concentrate on growing his Tech for Care business.

Tech for Care is a website dedicated to finding and reviewing software and technologies used in care. It also hosts seminars and conferences around the country.

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Commenting on his Gbadamosi’s departure, CEO and founding director Karolina Gerlich said: “We wish him every success with his endeavours. We thank him for the time and effort he gave to the association and we are grateful for all the ideas he brought in as a co-founder and chair. We are excited to see his business grow and make a difference in the social care sector.”

NACAS is a not-for-profit company campaigning for greater recognition and respect for care workers.

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