Stockport elderly care provider Borough Care has appointed new home managers at four of its services.
Hayley Weston has been promoted to home manager at Lisburne Court in Offerton having worked for over 20 years for the business working her way up from care assistant.
Tammie Love has been appointed home manager at Wellcroft in Gatley. Tammie has over twenty years of experience working in social care, helping both adults and children.
Rebecca Abrahams joins the Shepley House team in Hazel Grove. Having previously worked as a beauty therapist, Rebecca began her career in care and went on to work for a number of organisations as a dementia specialist.
Damon Braithwaite is taking over the reins at Silverdale care home in Bredbury. Damon developed a broad range of skills from previous jobs in organisations providing services for independent living, supported living, complex needs, residential autism, extra care and learning disabilities.
Dr Mark Ward, CEO at Borough Care, said: “Our new home managers bring with them a wealth of professional and personal experience. They will have a crucial role to play in continuing to improve the high standards of care we provide.
“Borough Care is a company that likes to promote talent from within and help staff reach their full potential. It is great that Hayley Weston, one of our long-serving employees, has shown the ambition and dedication to be promoted to home manager, having started her career with us as a care assistant. Working in care can be a worthwhile, long-term career, with lots of opportunities to progress, and Hayley is testament to this.”