Hiran's son was diagnosed with Cluster Headaches when he was in his late teens - a condition which has prevented him from completing university, finding work or having relationships due to the severity of the pain he experiences.

What happened?

Hiran's family lived in Melbourne, but were invited to take part in a medical trial in London. His son responded well to treatment and Hiran realised he needed to stay in London and find work. He didn't have many contacts in the UK and was worried that his age might make it difficult for him to find a job.

How CABA Helped

CABA arranged for Hiran to work with a career coach. Together they went through the application process, refreshed Hiran's CV and online presence and identified suitable senior roles to apply for.

And now

Hiran now has 2 interim roles in London. He and his son are able to stay in the UK while his son receives treatment.

Hiran says

'I would not hesitate to recommend CABA's services to others who find themselves needing to change countries or reorganising the way they work.'

How CABA can help

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