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2018 LEADERS IN CARE: LEADERS OF TOMORROW: CHLOE FURNESS, CARE SERVICES MANAGER, CLIVEDEN MANOR, SIGNATURE SENIOR LIFESTYLE

2018 LEADERS IN CARE: LEADERS OF TOMORROW: CHLOE FURNESS, CARE SERVICES MANAGER, CLIVEDEN MANOR, SIGNATURE SENIOR LIFESTYLE

Chloe has developed from the post of nurse care manager to care services manager within Cliveden Manor.
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2018 LEADERS IN CARE: LEADERS OF TOMORROW: ALEX RAMAMURTHY, CEO, THE CARE WORKERS CHARITY

In 2016, CWC was on the brink of closure, but in the space of 12 months Alex laid down the foundations for the long-term viability of CWC and contributed to an exponential increase in the support given to beneficiaries and charity income.

2018 LEADERS IN CARE: LEADERS OF TOMORROW: MATTHEW ANTHONY-KNELL, DEPUTY MANAGER, NORSECARE

Matthew is currently one of NorseCare’s deputy managers at Westfields Care home in Swaffham, West Norfolk, which cares for up to 40 people.  He has been working within the care sector for just over four years. 

2018 LEADERS IN CARE: LEADERS OF TOMORROW: SAAD BAIG, HOME MANAGER, THE BURROUGHS, CARE UK

Saad Baig may be only 26, but he is already Care UK’s youngest home manager and aims to be the company’s youngest regional director before he is 32. From his first experience at the age of 15, caring for his father, to his current position as manager of The Burroughs, he knows that care is where his heart lies.

2018 LEADERS IN CARE: LEADERS OF TOMORROW: ROGER CATCHPOLE AND RUTH FRENCH, STOW HEALTHCARE

Turning around failing elderly care settings and creating vibrant community hubs that act as beacons for quality care is how Stow Healthcare is making its name.  Roger and Ruth had no background in care seven years ago, but felt this was to their advantage – they had no preconceptions about what nursing care should be like, they just knew what we wanted it to be like.

2018 LEADERS IN CARE: LEADERS OF TOMORROW: LINDSAY REES, CLINICAL MANAGER, COLTEN CARE

Lindsay, a qualified nurse, is part of an assurance team of four responsible for 20 homes including five dementia care settings. She is constantly looking at how Colten Care can make the lives of its residents even better. She mentors nurses and Clinical Leads to deliver consistently high standards of care and checks to see that the team demonstrate competency and are capable.

2018 LEADERS IN CARE: LEADERS OF TOMORROW: KADER DAFFE, REGISTERED MANAGER, RUDDINGTON MANOR CARE CENTRE, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, NEW CARE

Excellence is at the heart of everything Kad does.  Having worked in a number of roles, from healthcare assistant, benefits advisor, mental health nurse, clinical lead and deputy manager in both the NHS and private sector, Kad has garnered an understanding of the different roles within his team, which makes him a good leader as he is able to relate to his team’s strengths, challenges and goals.

2018 LEADERS IN CARE: LEADERS OF TOMORROW: DOROTA (DORA) WOLOSZYN, DEPUTY MANAGER, SKYLARK HOUSE, CARE UK

In 2016 Dora was appointed team leader at Care UK’s new Skylark House. Within eight ard work and commitment to developing the home and its team saw the home manager recommend her as interim manager.
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