Meet the Henford House 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 Frazer, and I am the General Manager here at Henford House. Welcome to our website.
I have been with Barchester since August 2020 and I thoroughly enjoy my role. We have a lovely, hard working team here and they have made me feel very welcome.
I am a registered nurse with 10 years’ experience of working in Nursing homes and within the community, I am committed to providing the highest quality nursing care. I have already establish a good bond with the lovely residents and also some of the families and I look forward to getting to know you all very well with regular contact.
Karen Kennedy Revers
I am one of the clinical leads at Henford House and have worked here a number of years. I know the residents well. I work on the nights shifts mostly, but do carry out one day shift a fortnight so the residents can recognise me. I support the nursing and care staff and am available for residents and their family members to chat to and get information from. I have a young son and l daughter who keep my home life busy!
I have worked in Henford House as a nurse since 2014. I am usually found working on days and my husband Daniel works at Henford at night. I have recently been promoted to Clinical Lead, which I am very proud of. I support the nurses and the carers on duty.
I am always happy to help out with any questions you may have about your loved ones here. I am in regular contact with the doctors and pharmacies to ensure medications are checked regularly, and our residents are healthy. I originally came from Romania and can speak fluent Italian.
Nicola and her housekeeping team are responsible for keeping the home in tip-top condition, to ensure the comfort and well-being of the residents. Nicola has been at Henford for over 21 years and says the best thing about her job is making a difference to the home, chatting to residents and she even loves ironingâ€¦..!
I have worked at Henford House since 1996 and enjoy my job immensely — I find it very rewarding. I started as a Care Assistant and, over the years, I have gained my NVQ Level 2 and 3 in Care, and then I was promoted to Team Leader. I am now progressing on to become a Care Practitioner.
I joined Henford House in March 2014; after five and a half years of domiciliary care, this position became available at Henford and I decided that it would be great to do more of the fun things in life with residents! It is great here at the home; we get along so well and truly have some laughs. Residents have a wide range of activities to participate in each week, including armchair exercises, bingo sessions, singalongs, musical entertainment, pottery, manicures, celebrations and much more. It is very rewarding knowing that people are grateful for the work I've done when I go. Working here has also given me the opportunity to gain my Level 2 NAPA certificate.
I have worked at Henford since 2015 and I really enjoy my role here; I get to interact with residents on a daily basis and Henford is a friendly and homely place to work.
I have been working at Henford House now for 10 years starting off as a domestic assistant, having also worked in the kitchen, laundry then as a carer. I have finally worked my way up to become the home administrator, which I feel very settled in. I am able to have the daily interaction with the residents at the same time as doing a job I love.
I joined Henford as a Kitchen Assistant and was pleased to be promoted to Head Chef when the opportunity arose.
I enjoy cooking and creating menus for residents, who all have differing tastes and diets. This always makes for some interesting meals! I encourage those we support to suggest menu ideas and options, which can result in some unique alternatives and combinations.
All our food is prepared from fresh in the kitchen. We welcome family and friends who are joining their loved ones for lunch or supper, and host a monthly Lunch Club for people in our community to come in and sample our food. We also promote a Don't Dine Alone initiative, where people who don't wish to eat alone can come in to enjoy some company and a delicious lunch.
I’ve worked at Henford since June 2015 as the head of our small maintenance team. We make sure that the home is an attractive and safe environment for all of our wonderful staff and residents.
I joined Henford House Care Home as a Care assistant in June 2016. I very much enjoy my role here.
I joined Henford House Care Home as a Care assistant in January 2018. I love my job here.
I joined Henford House Care Home as a Care assistant in January 2020, I have been made to feel very welcome by all staff and residents at the home.
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