Barry Khabbazi

Barry has personal experience with having family members with both physical disabilities and Autism. This adds a personal perspective and an ability to translate regulations into how they affect people and staff practice.


Barry was also a Governor for 3 years at Sunnydown school, which is a school for children with social communication disabilities, During this time he also provided activities for the students on occasions.

Barry has a clean Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS).

Barry has provided services in his current consultancy role to Nursing Homes, Residential Homes, Domiciliary Care providers and Homes for people with learning disabilities.

We have moved and are now based in Crawley, West Sussex.

We happily consider supporting care providers anywhere, and have supported providers of care services across the country, but we can offer the most responsive service in the Kent, Surrey and Sussex. We also have reasonable access to south London with Croydon, Sutton, Bromley, Merton and Kingston being close.


Run by Barry Khabbazi, with 14 years experience of regulating homes and services as an inspector for the Care Quality Commission and the previous regulators. This included experience of the new regulations and ratings system. This also included providing training to CQC inspectors in the requirements for services under the Mental Capacity act 2005. 

Barry has inspected homes for adults with learning disabilities, residential homes, nursing homes, domiciliary care, supported living, hospices, boarding schools and fostering services. More recently as part of our support services he has provided management cover at residential homes.

Before working in regulation Barry worked for Local Authorities in various positions, for example as a social worker, manager of a physical rehabilitation unit, managing a day centre for people with learning disabilities and managing a domiciliary care. Barry then when on to implement the direct payments act for Lambeth in 2000 by managing the promotion of public awareness and setting up the support service. 

In his early days he had an interest in science and was a lab technician where he gained knowledge of the associated risks and how to work safely with biological hazards, chemicals and equipment. This gave him a good foundation in the relevant knowledge and management of health and safety.

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