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Elzbieta Stach

Elizabeth is the Head Housekeeper at Park View and joined the team in 2009. Elizabeth has made Park View really feel like home and has an awareness of the unique differences in the environment for the residnets who live in the home. She manages the laundry and Domestic team within the home. We are very pround that Elizabeth won the regional finals of the Great British Care Awards in 2012 and is a finalist in the national Great British Care Awards for 2013.

Katy Bradford

Katy has been at park View since 2009 and joined the team as a Care Assistant. Katy joined the admin team shortly after this and really enjoys the challenges that come with her role. Katy works most week ends and will support the teams across the home. Katy has assisted the care staff, the kitchen and the housekeeping team when needed. 

Kay Osborne

I am the home administrator who has been at Park View for 5 years and I joined the team as an admin assistant. I deal wth all the contractual and financial dealings of the home and manage the admin team.

Government launches plans to improve rates of dementia diagnosis

Government launches plans to improve rates of dementia diagnosis
16th May 2013

The government has unveiled plans to improve dementia diagnosis rates across the country.

The move comes after a report showed that current diagnosis rates are "shockingly low" despite the prime minister's Dementia Challenge campaign.

New plans announced by health secretary Jeremy Hunt aim to see two-thirds of people living with cognitive impairment diagnosed and supported by 2015.

Previous figures show that the current average is just 45 per cent.

"For too long diagnosis rates have been shockingly low, leaving too many people living in the dark trying to cope with this terrible condition undiagnosed, unable to get the help they need and deserve," Mr Hunt stated.

Local Clinical Commissioning Groups will lead the drive. They will receive support from the NHS and set up additional memory services where required.

It is estimated that 800,000 people have dementia in the UK at present, but that number is set to soar to 1.7 million by 2051.

Read more about Barchester's dementia care homes

Martin Toy

I have been working at Edgbaston Beaumont for 7 years now and am responsible for the day to day maintenance of the home and also the smooth running of the planned and scheduled maintenance to ensure we meet our compliance targets. Our residents are our priority and therefore if they need it they get it.

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