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Juliet Briggs – Owner

Mrs. Juliet Briggs has been a Registered Manager for Woodford House in 2001. She is an RGN who holds a Bsc (Hons) Health Studies, Diploma in Management studies and the Registered Managers Award. She became a Registered Nurse in 1987 and graduated to management before becoming a Registered Manager.

Juliet also owns Perton Manor nursing home in Trysull, South Staffordshire.

Juliet founded Capulet Care to provide a central brand and support operation for her homes. In Capulet Care she has formed a central management team to provide that support.

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Tina Ball – Home Manager

Tina became Home Manager at Woodford House in December 2021.

Previously working as Care Manager from 2018, Tina had excelled in her role and felt she was ready for the next step in her career, supported by the organisation’s Senior Management Team.

Tina has an excellent understanding of the demands and expectations required within the role, regularly going above and beyond to ensure the home is managed efficiently, whilst remaining approachable and personable.

Liaising with external organisations and relatives on a daily basis, Tina also manages the day-to-day functioning of the home, ensuring she has an active presence in and around the home.

She recently completed a Level 4 Diploma in Health and Social Care, and looks forward to the possibility of commencing Level 5 Leadership & Management training.

“ I will always be grateful for the support and guidance I have received and continue to receive from the team. I’m looking forward to bringing new ideas to the table, working alongside the fantastic team at Woodford house.”

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Lyndsey Law – Clinical Nurse Manager

Lyndsey was appointed as Clinical Nurse Manager at Woodford House in December 2021. She was excited at the prospect of returning to the Social Care sector, having historically worked as a Care Practitioner for 20+ years and attained a Foundation Degree in Community Mental Health prior to completing her Nurse training.

She began her Nursing Diploma in 2008, and after attaining her RNLD pHE, Lyndsey was eager to further expand on her knowledge and skills base, going on to obtain a Specialist Practitioner Degree in 2015.

She has since gained a wealth of experience in the Nursing field, having built a career within the NHS, working as a Community Nurse, Palliative Care Nurse, District Nursing Sister and more recently, as a Dialysis Nurse.

Her broad base of skills, knowledge and experience, enables her to effectively lead our dedicated Nursing team to deliver the best service possible, enhancing their clinical skills even further in addition.

“Within my role at Woodford House, I look forward to further expanding on my knowledge and experience of Mental Health Care, particularly Specialist Dementia Care.”

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Amy Baxter – Care Manager

Amy began her role as Care Manager in 2018, initially based at Woodford’s sister home, Perton Manor. Here, she completed her Level 4 Diploma in Health & Social Care, transferring to Woodford House in mid 2021 when the position of Care Manager became vacant.

Working within a role that requires detailed management of the Care Team and a primary focus on client welfare, Amy finds each day brings a fresh new set of challenges, which continue to develop her skills both personally and professionally.

Amy had previously completed medication training via the company, working her way up from Care Practitioner, and enjoyed working the occasional shift supporting the Nursing team. It was here that she gained further knowledge of the more detailed and clinical aspects of dementia and mental health care; one of many tools she is now able to utilise to lead the team of care staff to excel.

“Since filling in the application form for Perton Manor I have never looked back – it was the best decision I ever made. The relationships I have with the clients here are special and I’m proud to say that I work for such an amazing company”.

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Emma Jones – Assistant Care Manager

Emma was appointed as Assistant Care Manager at Woodford House in June 2022.

Emma’s 12 years experience in Social Care and a Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care, completed during 2021, have equipped her with the skills required to support the Care Manager in leading and managing our dedicated team of care staff.

Emma had spent the previous 3 years working within the company’s Training & Development department, where she assessed learners who were undertaking Level 2 and Level 3 Diplomas in Health & Social Care within the company. Within this role, she offered encouragement, reassurance, support and training to all of the learners under her wing –Transferrable skills that prove invaluable as Assistant Care Manager, for both the client group and the staff she manages.

Emma’s primary focus is to promote and support a positive environment for the provision of exceptional, compassionate and effective practice in care delivery, for each client in our care.

She currently looks forward to what the future holds, putting her previously acquired skills into practice to support the home in being the best it can be.

“Working at Woodford House is inspiring. Our amazing team support our clients every day to live happy, full and active lives, keeping the company ethos ‘Creating The Motivation For Life’ at the forefront of their minds. I am proud to be in a position where I can contribute to the well-being of our team and quality of life for our clients”

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