Meet the Claremont Parkway 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. I'm Becky and I am the General Manager at Claremont Parkway.
I am a qualified Nurse and have been for many years. I was a District Nurse before joining our sister home, The Cedars, in Lincolnshire, in 2009. I joined as Night Sister then progressed to Deputy Manager, and in 2019 I became the General Manager there, before moving to Claremont Parkway in 2020.
I love working in a care home environment and I love Claremont Parkway. I am very proud of the high quality of care we deliver, thanks to a dedicated and supportive team. Everything we do is from the heart and our focus is on enabling residents to enjoy enriched lives with support to be as independent as possible.
Please feel free to contact me as I would be happy to discuss the care available here and show you around our beautiful home.
Hello. I am John and I joined the Claremont Parkway team in 2013. I am a Nurse and I work days as I like helping people to enjoy their day by giving them all the medical support they need. My role in the nursing community includes issuing and reviewing medication, treating any conditions residents may have, monitoring nutrition and hydration, liaising with other healthcare professionals such as Doctors and therapists, and working with our own team of carers and activities team members to make every day fulfilling. I enjoy getting to know families so that I can put their minds at ease regarding the wellbeing of their loved one.
Hello. I am Elena and I joined the Claremont Parkway team in 2015. I am a Nurse and I work at night which I love doing. I feel it is important to support residents with their evening routines whether that is relaxing in their rooms or spending time with other residents. I make sure evening and morning medication is taken on time and I check residents are as comfortable as possible when they go to bed. The Nurse team also makes sure everyone has a bed and mattress that are comfortable and safe for them. During the night I monitor residents in our nursing community and respond to any medical needs. The night team of nurses and carers is vital for ensuring residents get as much sleep as they need and I look forward to helping people begin the new day feeling as well as they can. I am always happy to tell families more about how we support night-time routines and answer any questions.
Hello. I am Barbara, a Care Home Assistant Practitioner here at Claremont Parkway.
My role is to support the work of the Nurses so I help with medication rounds and wound dressings, as well as working as a Senior Carer. I have worked in the home since 2012 and I love what I do. Every day is different and I enjoy being able to make residents feel as comfortable, supported and healthy as possible.
Jess Board & Chloe Cunningham
Hello. We are Jess and Chloe, and we are Senior Care Assistants at Claremont Parkway.
On a daily basis we help residents to get up in the morning, check how they have slept and support them to get ready for the day. We make sure they feel good about themselves, and help them to take part in what they want to do that day. We monitor weight, nutrition and hydration, too, and respond to their needs throughout the day until they are ready for bed. We love getting to know families too when they visit.
Hello. We are all Carers at Claremont Parkway.
We enjoy looking after residents and making sure every day is as good as it can be for them. We get to know residents as individuals so that we can provide the care and activities that they enjoy. Please talk to us about your loved one when you see us.
Hi. I'm Kelly and I am the Activities Coordinator at Claremont Parkway. I joined the team here in 2013, in my first care job, and in 2015 I was encouraged to go on a Train the Trainer Course, to become the In-home Trainer. I am so glad I did this as it helped me to develop my skills and build my confidence.
I became Activities Coordinator in 2020 as I love getting residents involved in crafts, baking, exercise, mental activities and social events to meet all their esteem needs.
The team at Claremont Parkway believes activities are an important part of residents' days and I look forward to introducing new and exciting activities, as well as enjoying old favourites. Residents can choose to join a group activity or have some one-to-one time with me in their rooms.
Hi. My name is Elain and I joined Claremont Parkway in 2017 as a night Carer. In 2020, I applied for the position of Activities Assistant and was delighted to be appointed to the role. I support the Activities Coordinator to deliver a full programme to entertain, stimulate and keep residents busy. Activities include crafts, baking, exercise, outings, worship, sensory treatments and lots of social occasions as there is always a birthday to celebrate. I like to see residents making friends and chatting with each other too. I have a background in dance, music and acting, and I am also a qualified Zumba instructor, so I love it when we have entertainers in the home. We also have therapy pets visit every week with their owners, which residents find very relaxing.
Hello. I am Emma, the Home Administrator at Claremont Parkway.
I joined the home in 2012 as a part-time Care Assistant and have taking every opportunity for training that the company has given me. I have been promoted several times during my time here and was Deputy Manager for two years, before I decided to take on a different role and the Home Administrator. I support the work of our Manager and I help residents and families with paperwork and financial matters.
I have a Level 4 qualification in Management and was recognised with an award from Qube Learning as ‘Outstanding Achiever of the Year 2019'. I am very proud of the experience and knowledge I have built up in my time here and have put them to good use during my work which can sometimes have its challenges. We have an amazing team here at Claremont Parkway and I like to see younger members of the team progress and grow in their roles.
Hi. My name is Becca and I am the Head of Housekeeping at Claremont Parkway.
I joined the team here in 2015 as a Healthcare Assistant working day and night shifts. I have now taken on a new exciting role as Head of Housekeeping, which is vital to the safe and comfortable running of our home.
I work with members of the Housekeeping team to keep all areas clean, homely and safe for residents, staff and visitors. We have high standards, especially for infection prevention. I love being part of residents' day-to-day routines and I enjoy hearing stories of their lives. I try to find out exactly how they like things to be done and I make sure their rooms are just how they like them.
Hi. My name is Jorge and I am the Head Chef at Claremont Parkway. I joined the team in 2021 and I enjoy providing delicious, nutritious menus every day, with new foods and residents' favourites. Food is freshly cooked in our own kitchen and there is always a choice of meals. We can blend or thicken food and drinks for residents who require some support with swallowing. We also have Dining Hosts to provide assistance with eating if required. There are also social events and celebrations so the Kitchen Team and I make lots of cakes and treats, too.
Hello. I'm Steve, Head of Maintenance.
I joined the Claremont Parkway team in 2020, transferring from another Barchester home where I worked for four years.
I enjoy all aspects of my role including regular maintenance, assembling equipment and furniture, reactive maintenance if something is not working properly, and carrying out routine inspections to make sure everything is safe.
I enjoy keeping the home attractive and welcoming for residents, their families and other visitors. I particularly like helping residents to arrange their rooms exactly as they like them, so it is a real home from home.
Read our brochure ‘Life in our home. Providing care through coronavirus’ for more information on how we’re here to help you and your loved one.
Food & Nutrition
Activities & Events
Care & Facilities
What happens now?
Are you ready to discuss your individual care requirements? Pick up the phone and talk to us, book a visit to our care home or come and take a look around our facilities.
New care enquiry phone lines are open 8am - 8pm
All other calls