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Our People

Our people are key to our success and in particular, every individual carer who looks after our clients as if they were members of their own family.
Our management team

Our management team are experienced and driven people, each of whom is dedicated to making a real difference to people’s lives through providing the best home care available so that clients can live in their own homes for as long as possible.

Nathan Vandepeer Managing Director
Responsibilities

Managing the whole business, focusing on the core goal of happy clients living their lives in their own homes being supported by caring professionals.

In my spare time

I enjoy Squash, running, and organising charity events.

Sian Gray Office Manager
Responsibilities

As office manager I am responsible for making sure that everything runs as smoothly as possible. On a day to day basis this involves communicating with both staff and clients, resolving any possible issues before they arise, to ensure that we provide the best possible service at all times.

In my spare time

In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.

Danielle Griffiths Head Co-ordinator
Responsibilities

I am responsible for maintaining continuity for our clients and matching suitable carers to their needs. I ensure that each week the rotas are ready and sent out, ensuring that all calls are covered for the following week. I change the rotas accordingly as and when changes are requested. I take on new care packages and ensure that the calls are covered and then liaise with our clients or their relatives regarding initial assessment and give them our contact details until the assessment is completed.

When carers are on annual leave or sick leave I would arrange for keeping another carer in place for the duration to minimalize the disruption to our clients, contacting them to keep them fully aware of the changes made.

In my spare time

I enjoy socialising with my family and friends. I enjoy reading and walking. I enjoy reading articles and doing research to broaden my knowledge of the care industry.

Tammy Nicholson Client Liaison Officer
Responsibilities

My responsibilities include carrying out initial assessments for new service users, ensuring that care plans are tailored to the service user’s preferences and requirements, promoting independence and ensuring a safe environment to enable the service user to remain in their own home. I carry out regular reviews for new and existing service users in which I obtain information to complete updates to care plans should the service user’s circumstances have changed. I am responsible for carrying out supervisions on all ILA’s ensuring that our high standards of care are always maintained.

In my spare time

In my spare time I like to travel to new places, meeting with my friends and family members, reading, and going on long walks.

Our Independent Living Assistants

Our carers want more than a job. They want to make a difference in the lives of those in their care.

As a company, our job is to give carers the direction and tools they need to fulfill their personal vocation, as well as our corporate mission of improving the lives of those we serve.

Selection

To ensure that the people we employ meet our high standards, we have a rigorous selection process. Before carers can become employed with Accessible Care and begin caring for clients, every one of them must undergo:

We also ask ourselves a simple question - would I trust the carer to look after my own mother in her home? We only recruit if the answer is a definite 'yes'.

Once a carer meets our strict selection criteria, it's just the beginning. Firstly, all Accessible Care carers are insured and vetted. Then, each carer goes through a comprehensive training and orientation process going above and beyond the national legal requirements for carer induction training.

Personal Development Programme

Our in-house Personal Development Programme provides carers with all the support they need to carry out a job that can be very emotionally challenging. As well as regular supervision and office support, it identifies both ongoing and specialised training needs, to ensure that our carers understand the high standards of care expected by Accessible Care.

Address Accessible Care
Granville House
Granville Road
Maidstone, Kent
ME14 2BJ

Telephone Number 01622 757 155

Email Address info@accessiblecare.co.uk

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