At Bramblings we have a multi-level staff structure. We have a Manager and a Deputy who oversee the day to day running of the service. Reporting directly to the Manager and Deputy are a team of dedicated senior carers and health care assistants. We also have dedicated kitchen and domestic services teams.
Our management operate an open door policy and always make themselves available to help, guide and advise our staff.
Jenn Bard - Service Manager
“I decided to become a carer after seeing the difference one care visit had made to my Dad when he was poorly. After losing both my parents, I wanted to give something back and make a difference like the carer had done to my family.
I started my career as a domiciliary carer visiting the elderly in their homes. I then moved to work in an elderly / dementia home where I was a Senior Carer.
For the past 8 years, I have been working as a Multi Site Registered Manager in the Learning Disability / Challenging Behaviours sector.
Although I thoroughly enjoyed working with Learning Disabilities, I always wanted to return to working with the elderly and people living with dementia."
Juliana Wood - Deputy Manager
Having joined Bramblings as a Healthcare Assistant I have learnt over time to understand and empathise with vulnerable adults as to their needs and rights.
I have always been a strong advocate of seeing social care on a par with general healthcare as I believe we provide an invaluable service for those we care for.
Having these strong convictions has defined my career path and when the deputy manager position at Bramblings became available I saw this as an opportunity not only for progression but to have a greater influence on our service.
My experience working within the management and healthcare team has been really positive and I am looking forward to the challenges ahead.