About Us


An introduction to how Cosmopolitan Care got started.


Hand holding a smiley face sticker saying hello

Answers to your frequently asked questions.

Our People

Meet the team behind Cosmopolitan Care.

Click on the images above to find out more.

Introduction by Chris Wood

My amazing children are now two young adults. They are both wheelchair users and non-verbal.

My son Jordan was nearing the end of his education at Treloar’s, Hampshire in 2015. Whilst at home together we discussed the future, more importantly his future. He had seen a few of his friends go off to University and we both agreed that ‘sounds like a plan’. However, there was a hurdle, he needed the right grades to get into University. There was a lot of hard work ahead of him, but we broke it down into bite size chunks by way of his 3 terms at college. We navigated each term to see how he was progressing. All was looking good. I even said if you work hard and get into University, I will take you to the Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi. Well, he made it to Uni and my credit card took a hammering!

At the time of writing this, my son has completed four years of University.  Achieving an amazing 2:1 he will now be doing a Masters.


My daughter Tayla enjoys life by skiing and horse riding and she and I have been exploring entrepreneurship ideas. We also started discussing a better model and approach to PA’s and care at university and beyond. A model that would be more empathetic and embrace the broader community. As a parent I felt there were flaws in existing care models out there. There is no problem with a care company making a profit, however, should all that profit go into the director’s pockets? Or is there a more empathetic way?

Many months of research has led us to start Cosmopolitan Care.

We are approaching Cosmo Care from a student and parent’s perspective, rather than a money-making focused scheme. We need people that want to help the community and we will reward them for their skills, knowledge and their talent.

Personally, I want to leave a solid framework in place that delivers a quality service and rewards people – people before profit. I am not getting any younger and I am not immortal. All I want is for both my children to have the best framework of care and continuity in their life.