Kevin Kordrostami (CEO)
Kevin Kordrostami is the CEO of Sunnyday Carers. He has made it his personal mission to provide worthwhile services to people with disabilities. He achieves this through using his broad history in both the nursing industry as well as the disability industry. He has qualifications as both an Anesthetic Nurse and as a Psych Nurse.
Kevin came to Australia as a young and ambitious man. He worked as an Anesthetic Nurse for Kemp Nursing Agency and ASEPS, where he practised in many different private hospitals for ten years. Some of these hospitals include St George Private Hospital, Royal North Shore Hospital, Concord Hospital and Macquarie University Hospital for example. Through his experiences as an Anesthetic Nurse in highly professional environments, he was able to gain invaluable communications skills and life saving skills.
As a carer, Kevin worked for ADHC (Aged Disability and Home Care) between 2006 and 2018 in 10 different group homes. This opportunity gave Kevin vast experience with numerous disabilities and mental health issues, as well as the knowledge on how to treat the people with disabilities. This was crucial in the development of his skills as a carer. While he was in the homes he found himself practically running them. Because of this his management skills became more refined.
Kevin worked as a Psych Nurse in the East Wing of the Manly Hospital, the Commons Unit at the Royal North Shore Hospital and the Northside Clinic in St Leonard's and Cremorne. His time spent as a Psych Nurse has drastically helped his development as a carer and it broadened his experience in disability care, aged care and mental health care.
As Kevin worked in the East Wing of the Manly Hospital, he discovered that after the patients were discharged they would return quite quickly and regularly. The hospital seemed to be the only option for these people; there wasn't any other place that could help them. However, the hospital couldn't accommodate the patients for very long, so they would be returning frequently. This is when Kevin had his initial thoughts about Sunnyday Carers. He desired to fill the gap in the industry; to look after every person in need in the community.
That is what he has done. He has created a business that has progressively grown larger and more successful throughout the Western Sydney area. Through the combination of his experience and his determination he has been able to achieve his goal of providing valuable services to people that have a disability.
Our services are designed for people with a wide range of types of disabilities. This includes intellectual, physical, mental health and sensory disabilities. But, what makes us unique is that our staff have the skills and qualifications to satisfy your requirements, and we have the flexibility in our services to accommodate all of your needs.
Kenn Mabagos (COO)
Sunnyday Carers is for YOU
Sunnyday Carers was founded by Kevin Kordrostami five years ago. He desired to create a business that could truly be beneficial to all people with a disability, particularly for those that are in need. Through our tireless efforts to help you and care for you, we can fulfil Kevin's dream.
Over the lifetime of Sunnyday Carers we have evolved and grown more capable of providing the care and support to help you become more independent and so you can have a meaningful life.
Kenn Mabagos has an invaluable role at Sunnyday Carers. As the COO he looks after the daily management of the group homes as well as other many other duties. He has had a long history within both the disability industry as well as the nursing industry. His career has stemmed from an intrinsic desire to help others in need.
Initially, during high school, Kenn began his professional career with working as a waiter, janitor and a cook for a restaurant. This early exposure to the work environment established his own great work ethic and his impeccable attitude.
At 18 years old Kenn was able to become an Assistant in Nursing. This was only the first of many steps in his journey as he went on to start his Nursing Degree in 2005. He completed the degree in 2009 then was able to become a Registered Nurse in 2010. As a Registered Nurse Kenn went into Occupational Health nursing. As he was doing this he continued to work in the disability sector, with ADHC, in which he managed group home units for 10 years.
He drew back on his experience and his knowledge of both industries to develop as a carer and as an individual. His exposure to different work environments and challenges has helped him to become successful.
Since Kenn started at Sunnyday Carers - in late 2017 - he has been one of the most important contributors to our success. He has helped Sunnyday Carers triple in size in less than a year and a half.
Kenn works hand in hand with his business partner Kevin to help enrich the lives of others and to assist those in need however he can.