Sheth Jeebun, known for his work in the world, talks to the media about his professional work and future goals. He is the founder of Aster Health care and works in the UK for older adults. And gives his charity in the world for the better life of other people, giving an interview to DailyTime on social media.
Interview with Dailytime
First, he was asked why it is important to have nursing homes and the role of health care public service. He replied, “Care homes are for those people who have not much energy or money to support themselves properly at home and have nobody to suppress them at home”.
Let’s see all the questions that he asked.
Next, there are questions about the Indians and Pakistanis. His answer to this question is that the Asians are also moving the elderly to care homes, and he replied with “yes”. Then, there is another question about the attitude of Asians towards care homes in the country. Finally, there are queries about his thoughts about adopting in South Asian and Gulf countries. He replied, “Over time, attitudes have changed, and Asians in the UK are following the same pattern as the British. We should not adopt this model, but it is undeniably the inevitable”.
He was also asked about how he started working in this field. He said he took a nursing degree to stay in the UK, so the care industry followed suit.
DailyTime asked him about his challenges in the care sector and the opportunities. He reacted that The continued challenge in care is funding and accountability. All this by Managing the government, CQC, and organizational ideals with limited finances. Any business is possible only within budgetary constraints. Within care homes, this is often set by the government. They then pass it on to a care provider to interpret and set a budget. However, more funds are unavailable amid this increase in care needs and higher government expectations. Also, the greater CQC governance and the rising cost of living are causing a shortage of funds. And in case of mistakes, there is a blame culture with no fair distribution of accountability. So there are great opportunities, but it is an extremely hard, painful way to make money.
Another one of the questions for him, “why was the growing trend of British Asians was joining this sector as a business model”. Mr. Sheth answers that it’s the nature of Asian people to help others, and they are caring people in our blood.
The other question is about the rules and regulations and the stickiness of nursing homes for older adults. He said, “It is true that the rules and regulations are strict, and there are different types of elderly care. These include residential care, nursing care, dementia care, disability care, palliative care, and home care. But, along with all that, it also includes live-in care, supported living, daycare, retirement villages, and others.
The last question was: “As an Asian businessperson, what has been your experience like, and what will be your advice to others?”
He advised others to keep the rule of helping people in the basic values. He says the community will be successful and still get money if they donate their little money for the better life of others.
Interview with DailyTime about his working for Indian artisans’ women
As he is promoting 30,000 Indian artisans women to make their life better with their handmade products, he said that.
“We are already starting a project in India, and the market for that product would initially be in the UK, US, Europe, and the UAE. But, in particular, we are aiming at Dubai for our future growth. Its artisan products with a twist with the most beautiful, vibrant, and bold colors, with a difference,”
Sheth Jeebun said. “We will not be stagnant in our ideas for the products, and we will continuously look for inspiration and bring a variety to the world. With more and more activity on the Internet, and access to quick product movement to the UK, Europe, and other places, we see the movement of UAE/Dubai as part of our growth and will continue to monitor the trends.”
Interview with DailyTime about Aster health care
He is the founder of Aster health care provides health to the poor elderly.
He said, “I recognize the importance of sustainability in mitigating the impacts of overconsumption and carbon use. I am therefore committed to making all Aster Healthcare Homes completely paper-free by 2020. To do so, we are investing in the latest technology that provides unparalleled care management systems for the tailored treatment of our residents. Such digitization will provide more efficient and accurate care and reduce our carbon footprint as a company.
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