Kindered Hearts

About Us

At Kindered Hearts we believe that every child matters and that the future of our nation is in the hands of the next generation. Our mission is to create brighter futures for children and young people. We do this by providing fostering, residential and support services where children and young people can feel safe, cared for, loved & happy, to achieve their full potential in life and have a brighter future. We support them to make positive relationships which gives them the confidence to succeed. Our ultimate goal is to encourage the young adults to adopt a positive mindset, alongside independent living skills, as they approach important milestones in their lives. Our vision is to offer the right placement, at the right time and at the right place.

Kindered Hearts has adopted key values to underpin this mission statement and these are applied in the support we deliver to all the children and young adults we support:

  • Choice
    * Relationship and trust 
    * Opportunity
    * Self-esteem

  • Respect and value for the person
    * Self direction

  • Independence
  • Understanding and recognition
  • Individuality

Meet the team

Mary Mahohoma is the owner and founder of Kindered hearts. Mary is an experienced, highly motivated, and commercially focused individual with extensive experience of working in the Health and Social Care sector for nearly 20 years. A natural problem solver and performance-driven professionals, she has a meticulous eye for detail and is extensively skilled and experienced in using a wide range of business analysis and finance tools to turn around businesses.

She understands her legal obligation and all the rules and regulations and is committed to making a difference to the lives of others.

Mary is assisted by a core team of professionals with a wide range of experience and qualifications, to deliver appropriate and effective quality service to young people placed with Kindered Hearts.

Skills and competencies

  • Has a drive and passion for making a positive impact on the standards and access of healthcare for all individuals.
  • Interpersonal and communication (both oral and written) skills: Is able to communicate effectively with clients or patients, their relatives and carers and the group/community/population, about their health and social care needs using provided assessment techniques.
  • Analytical skills: Over the years has been able to make provisional identification of health, physical, psychological and social, with sensitivity to differences in backgrounds and cultural needs,
  • Understanding of the legal and regulatory frameworks in which businesses operate
  • Has executed measures put in place to protect staff and young adults.
  • Working as part of the team ensuring joint care plans are fulfilled and facilitating
  • Coordinated discharges

Her Key interests include, culturally adjusted interventions, working with young adults, migration and trauma, diabetes, HIV and sexual , emergency medicine nursing education and Maternity healthcare.