I have to visit the hospital a lot with my son and I see the great care provided by the nurses there. It would be amazing to help people like they do. I really enjoy looking out for others - young or old.
I first arrived in the UK on Christmas Eve a few years ago. I didn't know many people in this country but I didn't feel I had a choice. My young son had been diagnosed with sickle cell anaemia and back home, access to treatment or medicine isn't good. I just wanted him to be safe and healthy.
I rented a room for a few months but I wasn't able to get a visa to work and the money soon ran out. We stayed with a lady who I met through church but with my two children, there was very little room. When the council found out about the situation, they arranged a new place to stay for us - first a hostel and then a temporary accommodation flat. I'm so grateful for the help and support that we have received from them. I would still like to say thank you - they gave me a place to put my head and food to put on the table.
Now I am just really excited at the thought of getting into work. Beam is going to help me find a good job as a carer where I can get steady wages and start to build up my experience. Then, when my children are older, I want to work more hours and move up in my career. I dream of a life where I am independent, providing for my kids and giving them a bright future. I would love to take them more places too - the London Eye and Buckingham Palace are top of the list!