Meet the team
Our trained team of professionals work together to create the best possible experience for those living in the home, striving to deliver excellent care services in a warm, homely environment. You can find out more about some of our wonderful staff members below:
Hi, my name is Charlotte Aspinall and I am the Senior General Manger here at Caldy Manor.
I have been a Registered Nurse (Adult) since 1996 and also have a degree from Edge Hill University in Health and Social Care, which predominantly focused on the care of older adults.
I joined Barchester in 2013 and have held roles as a Deputy Manager, General Manager and, more recently, as a Clinical Development Nurse within the Care & Quality team. Before Barchester, I’ve worked in the NHS and private sector, where I specialised in older adult nursing.
I am passionate about what I do and have very high standards. As a team here at Caldy Manor, we will always endeavour to provide choice and person-centred care, in addition to delivering professional and excellent services to those we support.
Hi, my name is Hannah, and I am the Deputy Manager here at Caldy Manor.
I have 10 years of experience working with people with mental health and challenging behaviour, and I worked at Caldy Manor as a Senior Carer before becoming the Deputy Manager.
I like my role because I have more responsibility now to make changes that will benefit the residents and my colleagues.
I have worked in health and social care for the last 3 years, mostly in care homes as a healthcare assistant. I enjoy event planning, crafts and would consider myself creative. I am thoroughly enjoying my role as an activities coordinator at Caldy Manor.
Outside of work I have 2 young children, so a lot of my time is taken up with after school clubs. When time does allow it, I spend time with my family and friends. I am also presently organising my wedding for October 2020.
I am an experienced Activities Coordinator. I have been in this role for the last four years and have worked in residential, nursing and EMI settings, in both care homes and the community.
I feel it is important for care homes to promote independence and allow residents to continue with previous hobbies and interests, as well as encouraging new experiences.
My particular interest is in arts and crafts.
I enjoy working with the housekeeping team. I like talking to residents and making sure their rooms are clean and tidy. I want to help residents remain as independent as possible.
Norman and his wife Maud, have lived at Caldy Manor for a number of years now.
Norman enjoys his role of Resident Ambassador and is always willing to help out other residents with any issues that arise while they are living at Caldy Manor.
I have worked for the NHS as a biomedical scientist in biochemistry for 36 years. I moved to the Wirral in 2005 with my husband Steve. I enjoy working with the residents and hope I help in enhancing their quality of life. I am approachable and try to help in all areas where I can.
I have worked at Caldy Manor since 2017. Prior to my career in care, I worked in many customer facing roles in restaurants and bars. I thoroughly enjoy my job and feel I make a difference to those I support. Outside work, I enjoy spending time with my family and looking after my many pets.
I left college in the summer of 2019, having completed a BTEC in Business with a triple Distinction, and have decided to take a year out before I start university in 2020. I come from a very medical family and have followed in their footsteps by joining the team at Caldy Manor. It is important to me that all the residents at Caldy Manor receive the best service I can deliver. Outside of work, I enjoy sports especially, golf and football.
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