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, my name is Rebecca, and I am the General Manager here at Claremont Parkway. Welcome to our website!
I was a nurse for many years working as a district nurse before starting at our sister home, The Cedars, in 2009 as a night sister, then progressed to Deputy Manager, and in 2019 became the General Manager, all before joining Claremont Parkway in 2020.
I love working in a care home environment and I love our home. I am very proud of the high quality care we deliver, along with my dedicated and supportive team. Everything we do we do is from the heart and our total focus is to enable our residents to live enriched lives for as long as they can, supporting them to be as independent as possible.
Please feel free to contact me, or drop in, where I would be happy to show you around our beautiful home.
Hi, my name is Lovella, and I am the Deputy Manager here at Claremont Parkway.
Hi, my name is Barbara and I am CHAP here at Claremont Parkway.
I commenced my employment at Claremont Parkway in February 2012 as a part time care assistant.
Taking the opportunities for training that the company gave me, I have been promoted into more senior positions over the years and, prior to this role, I had the opportunity to become the Deputy Manager, which I did for 2 years before moving into administration.
I commenced my level 4 in Management Studies and was awarded by Qube Learning the accolade of ‘Outstanding Achiever of the Year 2019’.
The challenges I have faced and the experience and knowledge I have achieved has been remarkable. I am very proud to work at Claremont and with the amazing team we have. I like nothing more than seeing the younger members of the team progress and grow during their time at the home.
I started working at Claremont Parkway in 2013, in my first care job, as a carer. In 2015, I was encouraged to go on a 'Train the Trainer' course, to train as the In House Trainer, which I am so glad I did, as it helped develop my skills and build my confidence.
I started as an Activities Coordinator in November 2020. I love getting the residents involved in crafts, baking and making sure their needs are met.
Here at Claremont Parkway, we believe that activities are an important part of our residents day. The activities team look forward to bringing our resident new and exciting and activities.
I started working at Claremont Parkway in May 2017 as a night carer. In October of 2020, the position of Activities Assistant came up and I decided to apply for it. After an afternoon audition and an interview, I was chosen for the position, to work alongside the home's Activities Coordinator.
I am enjoying the role; it’s lovely to see the residents having a good time and chatting about years gone by. I have a background in dance, music, acting and I am also a qualified Zumba instructor.
I have worked at Claremont Parkway since November 2020 after transferring from another Barchester home, where I worked for 4 years. I enjoy all aspects of my role and I’m here to help our residents in any way I can.
I love working at Claremont Parkway; we have a great team and a fantastic home.
Jess Board & Chloe Cunningham
Hi, we are Jess & Chloe and we are Senior Care Assistants here at Claremont Parkway.
Hi, my name is Becca, and I am the Head of Housekeeping here at Claremont Parkway.
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