Meet the Broadway Halls Care Home team
From nurses and carers to chefs and housekeepers, staff in our home are here to deliver high quality care and services to those we support. Check below to meet some of the friendly faces you are likely to see when visiting our home:
Hi, my name is Rebecca, and I am the Senior General manager here at Broadway Halls. Welcome to our website!
I joined the home in July 2019. I have worked within the care sector for over 25 years and have been a registered manager for 10 years. I have a vast array of experience working in care homes and supporting inviduals living with mental health conditions.
I enjoy making a positive difference in people’s lives and I am very proud of being able to provide high-quality care for the residents living at Broadway Halls, along with a dedicated and caring team of staff who always strive to make life at our home as happy and homely as possible.
I have an open-door policy and I always ensure that I do a daily walk around, making sure residents and staff are happy. There is a fantastic atmosphere within the home with lots of laughter to be heard, showing me that our residents are enjoying being here and loving every day!
I have been the Administrator at Broadway Halls for 9 years and have over 20 years’ experience in this role within the care industry.
My role involves dealing with all the finances within the home and as such, this means having daily contact with families and residents, something which I love.
No two days are the same and being able to interact with our residents is an important part of the role. We have a fantastic team in the home which makes my role much more enjoyable.
My name is Claire and I have been the Admin Assistant here at Broadway Halls for 10 years and my role involves managing front of house and customer services.
I enjoy meeting residents and their families and love showing people around our wonderful home so they get to see what Broadway Halls has to offer – which is pretty special.
I have worked at Broadway Halls since 2010. My role within the home is Dementia Lead, which I am deeply passionate about.
I have worked within care for over since the 1990s, and came to Broadway as a Senior Carer, before deciding that I wanted to progress and became the home's Dementia Lead.
I am the Lead Nurse here at Broadway Halls. I have been here since 2010 and my passion for the job is just a strong as it was when I first started.
I qualified as a nurse in 1979 and have always loved working with the elderly. From a small child, I have only ever wanted to become a nurse, and I am so thrilled that I followed that path.
Within the home, I am more than happy to get stuck in with the social aspect and have joined others in charity walks, pantomimes and other special occasions.
Working in a care home is not just about nursing needs, but also providing mental stimulation, and being here certainly provides that!
My role involves supporting the nurses, ensuring the safety and well-being of the residents is always at the forefront of the home.
I wasn't entirely sure what career I wanted to take, but once I attended the CHAPS training programme, I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I enjoy my role and I am constantly learning every day!
I started at Broadway Halls many years ago, and have been progressing in my career throughout my. I began as a carer then trained to become a Senior and also a trainer within the home.
My CHAPS role allows me to work closely alongside nurses and develop my clinical and management skills, and the role also adheres to many aspects of a registered nursing role.
I love my position and I am ready to continue learning and face any challenges that come my way!
I started at Broadway Halls as a kitchen assistant, and through training and determination, I have worked my way to the position of Head Chef.
Working in a care home as a chef, I have to think more about the eating needs and dietary requirements of the residents.
There are various textures of food, special diets, diabetics, vegetarians and so much more. It can be challenging, but I love it and have an amazing team to work with!
I am Head of Maintenance at Broadway Halls and can firmly say its a great place to work. Myself and my side kick Daniel, make sure all the technical and environmental work is carried out to ensure a safe and secure running home.
There is great rapport between staff and everybody is willing to help out when ever they can, it really is one big team. Interacting with the residents is great and there is always laughter throughout the home. Its a fantastic place.
Julie & Nicky
We are passionate about working with our residents and making their days enriched, fulfilled and happy. We have both love working with the elderly and enjoy coming up with ideas for activities and events, every day is special. We love to hear singing, laughter and see our residents learning new skills and sharing their stories with us.
My name is Valerie I am a Receptionist & Administrator at Broadway Halls, my role involves supporting front of house and customer services.
I enjoy meeting residents and their families and love showing people around our wonderful home so they get to see what Broadway Halls has to offer. We are like a family, every day is so different and I love being busy so its the perfect role for me.
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