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Company Profile

Sharob Care was founded in 2004 by the Managing Director, Sharon Shelley; who has both lived and worked in the care home environment since the age of 12.

Sharob Care now owns three residential and nursing homes across Cornwall, providing accommodation, care and support to over one hundred elderly people. Each of the homes are run by fully trained and experienced managers who are supported by a highly trained and dedicated team of colleagues; all of whom wear their hearts on their sleeves and are passionate about making a difference. Anyone can be trained but not everyone is born to care.

Sharob Care currently employs in the region of 160 people across Cornwall and recognize that our colleagues are our most valuable assets. We have achieved the Investors In People Accreditation, which sets the standard for best practice and better people management. In the words of the Investors In People "Successful accreditation is the sign of a great employer, an outperforming place to work and a clear commitment to sustainability".

Our Vision

‘Our aim is to do more than provide accommodation, care and support to people. We want people to feel content and in control of their lives, choosing what they want to do and when they want to do it; so they can truly feel happy and at home. ‘

Sharob Care is also passionate about making a difference and giving back to the community. We regularly raise money for the McMillan’s and Alzheimer Society through fetes and other events. Sharon even did a sponsored sky dive for Age Concern from 10,000ft. More recently we have made substantial donations to local charities which are important to us such us the Air Ambulance and Local Schools. We also plan to continue making regular donations to local charities we are passionate about, which will be publicised on our news page.

Meet The Team


Sharon Shelley - Managing Director

I come from a large family and have lived in Cornwall all my life. I love Cornwall and I am proud to be Cornish.

My career working with elderly people started at the age of 12. I lived above a small elderly care home and would spend hours with the residents chatting and listening to their life stories. At weekends, I would chambermaid and help with the tea trolley. I attended university and attained my LLB 2:1 (hons) law degree and Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice. I went on to practice as a solicitor with the largest firm in the southwest but, after five years, decided to follow my heart: I left legal practice and purchased my first care home for the elderly in Liskeard. I have never looked back.

I am qualified and trained to Manager level and used to be a Southwest Link Worker for Dementia. My goal has always been to provide a home where my residents feel loved and not just cared for. I feel that my team and I have achieved that. Many of my colleagues have been with me for almost 20 years and they are as much a part of Sharob Care as I am.

I am very family orientated and have a wonderful husband and two beautiful, healthy children. I love animals and have 2 cats, 2 St Bernard dogs and a horse. I love baking, eating good food, and drinking good wine. I also enjoy going to see a good band and will support my father’s local band, Rickety Bones, when I can.

When I have some free time, I enjoy horse-riding, dancing, wild swimming and all things ocean.

Ania Dziaduszek - Operations Director

I was born in a small town in Poland. I first came to England in 2006 where I began my care career at Eldon House, 1st Home owned by Sharob Care. I worked as a domiciliary carer and thoroughly enjoyed the variety of the role and the clientele. I have worked as a care assistant, accounts assistant and team leader and worked my way up to management. I completed Level 7 Diploma in Health and Social Care Management.

I am happy to step into any role and my broad base of knowledge of each role has put me in good stead for my management career as I am a firm believer it helps to work from the ground up.

I am keen to keep myself fit (to balance my love of chocolate) and particularly enjoy cycling. Fortunately, we live in a part of the world which is perfect for this.

I am deeply committed to my job and being able to enrich our Resident’s lives. I feel honored that I get to share in some small part of this with both them and their loved ones. I love that I can go home with a sense of achievement and the feeling that I have done something good, this drive and motivates me. I like to inspire our staff, colleagues, and friends to be the best they can be and will go over and above to help them.
I have good work ethic, am determined, and work extremely hard to achieve. I like to push myself with everything I do.