Paul Cunningham Nurses Charity was the vision of Jennifer who on her return to Spain after losing her son Paul to spinal cancer age 33 years was shocked to learn that there was no hospice care nursing available in Spain. Jennifer is the perfect person to offer a guiding and inspirational leadership to the charity. Paul spent six months in a Sue Ryder Hospice with Jennifer constantly by his side. Whilst they were both living in the hospice, she promised Paul to do something worthwhile in his memory. She was waiting for the right time, people and opportunity to come along, so that she could inject her understanding, experience and passion
Hence in 2008, the creation of Paul Cunningham Nurses Charity.
As a successful businesswoman, operating from five offices, in five different parts of the Costa Blanca, Jennifer has lived in Spain for 20 years and understands the needs of ex-pat communities on the Costa Blanca.
Having known first hand the important role that specialist nurses have in the end of life process, Jennifer will be able to lead from the heart and head, offering valuable advice on this subject.
Jennifer has a monthly article in Euro Weekly / Round Town News. She also has a radio slot´”Sound advice” on Bay Radio
Beverly initially trained as a Health care Assistant 1998-2004 & gained NVQ level 3, 2004-2007
Beverly worked in Haematology / Oncology, training as a Chemotherapy nurse.
In 2009 she qualified BMed Sci Degree in Nursing.
Haematology nursing gave Beverly experience in ‘Palliative Care’, she also worked as a ‘Forensic Nurse’ with Yorkshire & Humberside Police.