Meet the Team

Registered Manager

My name is Liam Dutton, and I have worked supporting people with their needs since 2002. I am originally from Glastonbury and live in Shepton Mallet with my daughter. In my spare time I enjoy walking, cooking, gardening and have an interest in local history. I also volunteer with a group re-purposing abandoned railway tracks around Shepton Mallet into a county-wide multi-user path, and have been a Parent Governor at my daughter’s school since 2019.

Deputy Manager

Hello, I’m Rachel Suttie. I have been supporting vulnerable adults for 40 years and I’m trained to NVQ level 7.
I’m a former care assistant who has learned the management role through a variety of courses throughout my career.
I have worked both within the homecare and nursing home sector and I have managed teams of up to 25 employees.
I take a particular interest in training staff and palliative care.
In my spare time I support Bath City Football club and enjoy country side walks, I love sunrise and sunset scenery.

Care Coordinator

My name is Kudzi and I am the Care Coordinator for Amicus Homecare. Being part of this team, which positively impacts lives daily, brings me immense sattisfication. Witnessing people smile is truly rewarding. Working in the UK has deepened my appreciation for equality and diversity. The emphasis placed on human dignity makes each day at work a joyous experience. I am proud to be part of a team committed to changing lives every day.


Hello, I’m Suheyla Nuri and I’ve been working at Amicus Homecare since December 2023. My role here consists of being a PA to our directors and an administrator in the office. I am originally from Cyprus. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my partner and seeing family and friends. I also love painting and I have bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Arts University Bournemouth.

Administrator (Part-time)

My name is Vivien Price and I have worked with Amicus Homecare since the beginning. My job covers a variety of tasks including compliance, day to day administrative and secretarial tasks.  

In my spare time I enjoy piloting accessible narrow boats for the Bruce Branch at the Kennet and Avon Canal Trust

Amicus Team


All of our staff are trained to a minimum of the Care Certificate, they are DBS (Disclosure and Baring Service) checked with an Enhanced DBS Certificate prior to employment. This is unlike unregistered services and informal carers.

We obtain a minimum of two references for each member of staff and carry out risk assessments as appropriate. We always seek to employ staff who we consider caring and compassionate people.

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