Linda Hughes
Director
Linda has worked in the care sector for 30 years, firstly as a trained nurse working with people with learning disabilities and challenging behaviours. Linda began Stroud Care Services in 1998, which was set up to provide support adults of all ages with a learning disability, mental health diagnosis or dementia. She has undertaken extensive training which led in her becoming a dementia link worker and more recently a Dementia Lead.
Heather Woodward
Home Manager
Heather is the registered manager at the manor. As well as being a registered nurse, she also has wide management experience in the care sector with older people, particularly those with dementia. During her hospital service, Heather specialised in trauma and orthopaedics. Her career to date includes managing day services for people living for dementia, for AGE UK in Gloucestershire. Heather is a Dementia Lead and also holds a teaching qualification.
Mike Roberts
Business Manager
Mikes' background is predominantly Sales & Marketing. Having worked for large corporate companies and S.M.E's alike. His diverse experience ranges from various roles within the care sector to professional football. Mike is responsible for the day to day running of IT, Marketing and P.R.
Pat Morse
End of Life Care Co-ordinator
Pat has worked at Stinchcombe Manor for 2 years, She has been working in care from the age of 18. She started of with challenging behaviour and then been working within the Dementia sector for the last 8 years. Pat has a NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care, Level 5 in End of Life, Positive Behaviour Management (PBM), Stroke Pathway and First Aid trained.
Sam Aldridge
Head Chef
Sam has almost 20 years experience as a Chef. Most of his vocational life was spent in fine dining. Sam takes an active role in our health and well being program. He possesses an excellent understanding in the importance of nutrition for the elderly, including the specifics around those who have dementia, and thereby caters diligently towards the individual dietary needs of our residents.

 

 

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