Thanks to the talents of Patrick Carberry, Head of Design Engineering at King's Ely, STARS Bereavement Counsellors now have brilliant new protection visors to wear as they provide counselling support for bereaved children and young people in Cambridgeshire.
Patrick Carberry at King's Ely commented: “It has been extremely rewarding and a huge privilege to be able to make these face shields. I feel this is just a small gesture for our counselling and care services, who are all doing a wonderful job in the local community during what is a very challenging time.”
Anne Streather, Service Manager for STARS, said: "The visors are fantastic and will make all the difference in enabling our counsellors to continue supporting bereaved children and young people safely."
Our amazing counsellors wearing their new face shield visors pictured L-R: Paula Thexton, STARS Bereavement Counsellor; Ann-Marie McKiernan, STARS Service Coordinator and Lead Counsellor; Michelle Parr, King’s Ely School Counsellor and Bereavement Counsellor with STARS.