Trusted to care in Worcester
The Perry Manor team are among the best carers, managers, nurses, chefs and lifestyle professionals in the care sector – in fact, in late 2018 we were rated ‘outstanding’ by the CQC. Find out more about our skilled colleagues and discover their passion for helping your loved one to get the most out of each day.
I’m a registered mental health nurse and have managed other homes, including one for young adults with enduring mental health needs. I joined Care UK, and Perry Manor, when the home opened in 2014 because I was keen to care for older people in a beautiful environment, and to commission a new service.
While we work very hard to give residents the individual quality care they deserve, I love having a laugh with them. Making their day special is ultimately what our work is all about and it’s great to see them happy and enjoying the activities too. It’s also rewarding to see the colleagues I’ve trained and supported doing an excellent job.
I'm also the Infection Prevention & Control (IPC) Champion. My role is vital to ensuring that colleagues at Perry Manor maintain a high standard of hygiene and cleanliness as this is fundamental to keeping residents, colleagues and visitors safe.
I joined Care UK, and Perry Manor, in 2017 because I wanted to work for an organisation that cares for colleagues and residents alike.
In my career I’ve done such things as working in event management, insurance and work-based learning. I’ve met famous people, but what I most enjoy now is meeting new residents and their families and helping them to make the right decision about their care. By far, what I most enjoy about this role is the fact that I am making a difference to families and the residents themselves.
In my spare time I love going exploring in my campervan, walking my three dogs or skating with my son.
I joined Care UK (in 2016) because I was keen to work for an organisation that treats its people with respect and gives them opportunities to achieve and succeed in their roles. Before moving here, I was a healthcare assistant in other local care homes.
I have the best job because I get to have fun with the residents. We do so many different things: we get creative, we dance, play games – you name it! I also organise some of our events, including Care Home Open Day.
Working here gives me all sorts of opportunities to try new things and to challenge myself. You never quite know what each day will bring! We have a very supportive management team in the home who help you to do anything you set your mind to. We have the attitude that anything is possible, both for residents and for colleagues.
I joined Perry Manor in August 2018. I’m an experienced care home chef/catering manager and I have a couple of family members who are residents here. They said how friendly and family orientated the home is, so I thought I’d apply.
I enjoy seeing residents looking happy in anticipation of lunch or dinner, as well as hearing their feedback afterwards. My team is here to give the residents what they would like, so it’s important to be approachable, to listen and to act on residents’ comments.
I’m learning residents’ likes and dislikes as I get to know them. Food is an important aspect of their health and wellbeing, and I like helping to bring back food-related memories from their earlier lives; taste – like smell – can evoke fond memories for people.
When I left university I was determined to work in an organisation where the people were passionate about the work they did. Care UK was just such a place, and I’ve worked here pretty much since I graduated in 2014.
This role is a great combination: I enjoy working on the details, on rotas and planning, but I also really enjoy the interaction I get to have with residents, families and colleagues every day. There’s good balance and variety. There’s still lots to learn, but I was very proud to receive a regional award for ‘Going the Extra Mile’ last year.
I’ve been part of the Perry Manor team for some years now. Originally I worked in the retail sector, but I fancied a change. I felt that I could make a difference to people’s lives working here. Patience, understanding, being caring and having a positive approach go a long way in this role. And I believe in treating the residents as though they’re members of my own family.
One of the biggest challenges for me was being promoted to head up the Housekeeping team, but I love my job and I have a great team who are extremely supportive and hardworking. Every day is different and brings new challenges, but it keeps things interesting!
I’m looking forward to working with my team to deliver superb service and support to residents, colleagues and relatives – everyone who is part of our Perry Manor family.
I used to work in a maintenance role at Debenhams, as well as on the shop floor for over 30 years. When I wanted a different role and a chance to make a difference to other people’s lives, I saw this role and thought I’d apply. I haven’t looked back.
I enjoy applying my experience and skills in a care home setting. I work well in a team and I’m always approachable. Getting used to all the necessary checks has probably been the biggest challenge!
By far the best part of my day is interacting with the residents as well as my colleagues here at Perry Manor. A recent challenge, which I enjoyed being involved with, has been launching our new Malvern suite, which provides specialist care for people with complex needs.
In my free time I enjoy going to car boot sales and seeing what I can find. I’m also into photography and collecting vintage games consoles. If you have any you’re looking to get rid of, let me know!
Every day Care UK colleagues live our values of passionate, caring and teamwork to empower residents to enjoy fulfilling lives.
Our hardworking teams always keep residents and their families at the heart of the care they provide. We work with you to shape the care your loved one receives, the food they’re served, the activities and experiences they want to do – even the ways they prefer to keep in touch with their friends and family.
The nurses at Care UK are highly skilled and receive sector-leading training, which enables them to keep developing expertise in different clinical fields from dementia to palliative care.
Our dedicated lifestyle teams work hard to organise a range of activities and events at our home. From gardening and baking to quizzes, music sessions and even live entertainment. Above all, we get to know your loved one to make sure our activities are tailored to suit their interests and hobbies.
From catering to maintenance, housekeeping to administration, our home support teams play a crucial part in ensuring residents enjoy an exceptional and safe service every day.
All our teams get to know residents to ensure they provide a service that’s designed around their unique needs and tastes.
Each of our homes have a trained Infection Control and Prevention Champion – they are responsible for carrying out daily infection control audit and ensuring cleaning protocols are meticulously applied.