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The High Hurlands Team

The High Hurlands Team –

The Partners – Diana Carter (centre), Fizz Carter, Alicia Hackshall

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Charlie Osgood

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Registered Manager

As an RNLD, I have been involved in the management of residential care & nursing services since 1999. During my first Registered Manager post in 2000, I developed my knowledge base of the implications relating to the management of larger nursing homes, which included the management of a Multi-Disciplinary Team consisting of staff from OT, Physiotherapy and Nursing backgrounds.

In 2003 I joined the High Hurlands management team and was responsible for carrying out a revision of the training, development and assessment programmes for inductees, and existing staff, in line with relevant guidelines relating to the training of staff in this environment (TOPPS, JEC etc.). This revision, resulted in the service achieving a ‘4’ during CSCI inspection for training and development of staff.

In 2008, I worked elsewhere as Operations Manager, supporting 5 registered managers in the daily running of services they were responsible for.

In 2009 I returned to High Hurlands as Deputy Head of Care and was promoted to Registered Manager and registered by CQC in 2012.

 

Angelica Juncu

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Training and Development Manager

I graduated as a Nurse  in Romania in 1987 following which I worked with children and children with special needs. From 1991 I worked as a Sister in ICU until 2003 when I came to the UK.  I was employed at High Hurlands as a support worker from 2003 and as a Registered General Nurse from 2008. Since 2008 I have been the company’s Training and development manager.

I also achieved NVQ 4 Registered Managers Award in 2007

Kaye Charman

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Registered Manager High Hurlands Community Homes

I have worked at High Hurlands since 1992. I trained as a NNEB Nursery Nurse and spent my early career caring for children in various settings including a residential home and day nursery.  Following a period of time at home having my own children I started working at High Hurlands Homes in 1992. Since then I have been promoted from Support worker to Deputy Day Service Manager to my role now as Community Homes Manager and have held this position since 2003

I have undertaken a full training programme within High Hurlands and also have a portfolio of training certificates linked to management. I hold NVQ Level 4 Registered Managers Award which I achieved in 2007

I became the Registered Manager of the community homes in 2012.

Clare Matthews

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Community Homes Assistant Manager

I have worked at High Hurlands since 1998.  I started as a support worker, then worked alongside Angelica in the training department.  Since 2015 I have assisted Charlie as Registered Manager Assistant.  In November 2016 I joined Kaye as Deputy Community Homes Manager.

Althea Hepper

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Registered Manager Assistant

I joined High Hurlands Homes in 2004, having spent 15 years in the Hairdressing profession and managing my own business for nine years, I felt the time had come for a change of career.

As I wanted to give something back to the community, and have the opportunity to work in a more fulfilling role.  I started work as a support worker at High Hurlands initially, during this time I studied for my NVQ Level 3 and spent a lot of time working and getting to know the individuals living here.

After a year of Support Work the opportunity arose to become the Day Service Manager and I have been working in this position ever since.  I have since gained a qualification in the ‘Provision of Activities within a Care Setting’ as well as experience working with each and every individual.

In November 2016 I became Assistant Manager to the Registered Manager.

Jo Snelling

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Activities Coordinator

I joined High Hurlands day service team in April 2010.  I was promoted to Activities Coordinator in November 2016.

 

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High Hurlands Homes

Gentles Lane, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7RY 01428 751202 info@highhurlands.co.uk fb/highhurlandshomes