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:
Charles Gilmour Sadler
Hi, my name is Charles and I am the General Manager here at Corrina Lodge. Welcome to our website!
I started working in healthcare in 1998 for a company that supported adults with disabilities, and I worked for them for 13 years in various roles. I then became the Operations Manager for a company that ran residential homes and led them to an outstanding rating. I was later a regional manager for a national charity, supporting people with disabilities and those with a history of substance abuse. I started in elderly care by running a 90 bed nursing home and, most recently, a regional role that took me far from home. I’m a father of two little girls and happily married living in Sherfield on Loddon.
I genuinely care for the people we support. I’m always seen around the home and I like to get to know residents and staff alike. I like to run a fun home, where residents and staff enjoy themselves on a daily basis. Care is serious, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be enjoying what we do. I’m open, honest and always approachable.
Hello, I'm Karen and I'm the Clinical Lead and Deputy Manager here at Corrina Lodge.
Before joining Corrina, I was an Oncology Nurse. I now enjoy leading the care and nursing team here and I especially enjoy the homely feel. I am very proud of the relationships built between residents and team members here.
I look forward to meeting you.
Hi, my name is Sherry and I've worked here for over 8 years. I started as a Carer, then was promoted to a Senior Carer and I'm now the Ground Floor Team Leader.
I lead a brilliant team and I personally pride myself on managing my floor, supporting residents in a person-centred environment and ensuring that the well-being and happiness of those we support are of paramount importance. I have also built up excellent relationships with our visiting friends and families.
Hello, I’m Mark and I have been elected as Chairman of our Residents' Committee. The committee meets every two months and we make lifestyle choices for the home.
I’ve lived at Corrina Lodge since 2017, and I have had so much support with activities that it has engaged my interest in all sorts of ways. My interest in art has resurfaced and I now pursue this hobby actively. I also really enjoy taking photos around the home using my iPad, which get uploaded on to our TV in the reception area and are a great talking point for visitors.
As a spokesperson for our community, I enjoy helping others, welcoming visitors and getting involved with all aspects of life here at the home. I come from a very large family; I am one of nine siblings. My family and friends visit often and have recognised that living at Corrina Lodge has greatly enhanced my life.
Hello, my name is Pauline and I am the Administrator here at Corrina Lodge. I've worked here since 2006 and enjoy my role so much – it’s always varied and interesting!
It's always a pleasure meeting and supporting residents and their loved ones – I work closely with them all.
Hi, my name is Sharon, and I'm part of the activities team here at Corrina Lodge and have worked here for over 20 years. I thoroughly enjoy my job and have achieved an NVQ Level 3 in Activities whilst working here. During my time here, I have met some truly amazing people and I feel privileged to work in a home with such a sense of community.
Hello, my name is Michelle and I'm a Care Practitioner & Operations Leadhere at Corrina Lodge. I have worked here for over 10 years, starting as a Carer and progressing to a Team Leader.
Currently, I am undertaking the Care Practitioners Award – the first staff member here to do this. I also mentor and coach all of our new carers.
I lead an amazing team and we all work well together to support the wonderful residents.
Hello my name is Alina Brooks and I joined the activities team in 2019. I feel that I am a very supportive and kind-hearted person, and will always do my best to go that extra mile.
I am really excited and happy about becoming part of this lovely community!
Amanda Webster Robbins
Hello, my name is Amanda and I'm the Receptionist here at Corrina Lodge. I started here as a volunteer in 2013 and, after a year, I was offered the role of Receptionist.
Previously, I spent 41 years working with the Metropolitan Police and was able to transfer my skills to the care sector.
I love being able to support others and using my person-centred counselling skills for the benefit of residents and their loved ones.
I'm proud to work here alongside my professional colleagues. I like to stay and help at fantastic events, as I can then spend more time with residents and their families.
When I'm not at Corrina Lodge I keep myself very busy, as I am President of Camberley Diamond Women’s Institute.
Frank is passionate about food, food standards and food hygiene. He was thrilled to get top marks from the Health Authority in 2019
He serves a varied menu that can be adapted for residents' needs and desires. He loves to hear about people's own recipes and any ideas they have to improve our food further.
Sandip joined us in June 2018 as our Maintenance Engineer. Sandip is a biomedical scientist by profession and we are delighted that he has returned to work with us here at Corrina Lodge.
Keeping a home clean is no small task, especially where there are 58 people living there, but Jan and her team of 6 housekeepers do a marvelous job.
Jan is passionate about the job she does and ensuring the home is clean and fresh. Shealso manages the laundry and ensures clothes are labelled, washed, ironed and returned promptly.
Jan is an engaging manager and is often seen around the home talking with residents and their loved ones.
Residents adore our PAT dog, Woody. He's big, soft and fluffy – nobody can resist him! Woody comes to visit weekly with his wonderful owner, Lisa. They visit many residents in their rooms or whilst they're relaxing around the home. It's so lovely watching someone's face light up when they see him, or stroke his beautiful, soft fur.
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