There are times when you or a loved one will need a little extra support. Whether it’s help with household tasks, personal care, medication or mobility, a dedicated care worker or personal assistant can be there to provide peace of mind. You can arrange daily or weekly visits at times that suit, during the day or overnight. If you want support on-hand 24/7, our dedicated live-in care service is the one for you.
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Amanda has been working within the Healthcare Industry for 17 years, she started her career as a supper girl helping out in a residential home after school at the age of 15, she then naturally progressed holding many different roles such as health care assistant, senior positions and deputy managing roles, she has been in a management role for the past 8 years delivering the best care to those in need, this has allowed her to share a passion of good care with her team.
Miguel has had no pervious experience within the healthcare industry. However Miguel has a very likeable and approachable character which is key for his role within Curant Care. over the time Miguel has been with us he has managed to employ some of our best care staff.
Laura started working in care 13 years ago, during this time she has acquired many roles within the health care sector which includes care worker, senior care worker, field care supervisor, care coordinator and registered manager. Laura's skills and knowledge has flourished through out her time at Curant Care. Laura has a tender and warm approach when it comes to her clients, making sure the best possible service is provided.
Jody has worked in care for over 30 years. she started off as a carer then progressed to a senior. She has worked in various environments and roles during her career. Jody has a brought a lot of experience and knowledge to the team. She is now a field care supervisor for our Medway branch, she is the friendly face for our clients and the branch mentor for the staff. Jody is a key asset to the branch.
Lisa’s journey in care started in 2004 as a community carer working with end-of-life clients. After a few years she moved onto being a HCA, she went on to be a senior in Dementia unit for 5 years before being promoted to the Quality and Training Manager. Lisa then left the care home and went back to a Domiciliary agency to be the Care Co-Ordinator and was then promoted to Registered Manager. Lisa has gained knowledge, skills, confidence and a love for the health and social care sector in each of my Job roles but sometimes can be too passionate about what she does.