Meet our sales team 


As a small, close-knit team, we’ve always felt a common sense of purpose in delivering the Happiness Programme. We all share a desire to make society a happier place. So, we decided to dig a little deeper to find out what drives our staff to do the great work at Social-Ability. These powerful stories have led to this, Part 1 of our Staff Stories blog. We start with our wonderful sales team.


Adam, our area sales manager, on why…

“My father received palliative care for a number of years. I experienced first-hand how dedicated and hard-working carers can be and the impact they can have on people’s lives. To be able to provide them with a programme to help them deliver outstanding care, make their days a little easier, and bring some happiness into the places that need it most, is a privilege.”

Adam continues:

“I had worked in business development for many years and I joined Social-Ability from a completely different industry background. Early in the recruitment stage, it was clear that this was a company who are very passionate about making a difference within the care industry. Everyone involved has a personal story that inspires and motivates them towards this aim.”  

We then asked Andy, our sales director, to outline what the sales team do and how they do it. 


Andy, our Sales Director, on what and how…

“Our role is to introduce the Happiness Programme to care services and to help as many people with cognitive challenges as we possibly can. We start the relationship with our customers. We make them aware of what we can offer and how it can help. What is truly magnificent for us,  is how that relationship grows and strengthens over time.” 

Andy adds: 

“We work closely with the Development team to feedback new ideas that we have from our customers.  We also work with our Social Impact team who work incredibly closely with all of our customers to help deliver outstanding care. For us as a team, this is about helping people. Striving for better care and facilitating care teams to improve interaction and engagement with loved ones. We also help share best practices and advise on how our tools can help people improve person centred care and integrate with care plans. We offer solutions to problems. A toolbox for staff and families to connect with their loved ones.” 

Andy concludes: 

“We are very excited about all the future developments we have in store. We have a programme that keeps getting better and better, it’s an incredibly exciting place to work. For us, it’s all about shouting from the rooftops about how we are improving outcomes for people, and creating a better future, for the people that need it the most.”


Not a member of the Happiness Programme?

The Happiness Programme is a first-of-its-kind initiative helping to change the lives of people living with cognitive challenges. We use interactive light technology to provide meaningful activities for residents and patients in care homes and care settings.  For more detail on what the Happiness Programme is and how it’s helping care venues across the UK, visit our getting started page.

Alternatively, jump to our dementialearning disability and NHS pages for more specific detail on how it’s helping care homes like Barchester and HC-One as well as hospitals and local authorities such as St George’s Hospital, London and Westminster and South Kensington Council.

For anything else, you can contact us here too.

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