Specialist care provider Glen Care has appointed qualified learning disability nurse Beverley Clancey to head up its Coulsdon based Care Home with nursing service.
Bringing with her 24 years of both clinical and managerial experience in the healthcare / social care sector, Beverley will be the new Service Manager at Glen Care’s, Ballater House.
Beverley holds a diploma in Nursing, Learning Disabilities and is currently working towards her level five diploma in Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care.
Beverley’s main focus will be working with service users to develop their individual skills and help to integrate them into the local community.
In her spare time, Beverley likes to spend time with her family and aims to complete an adventure with them once every couple of years. After successfully climbing Snowden and Scafell Pike with her husband and three children, Beverley is now looking for their next undertaking.
Beverley, said: “I am really looking forward to taking on the role of Service Manager at Ballater House. I have a lot of new ideas and after meeting the team I can see we all share similar ambitions. Empowering individuals to take an active part in their daily routines and their wider lives is key to supporting them to lead fulfilled lives.”
“Glen Care is always looking for new ways to enhance its services and I am pleased that I can share my knowledge and experience of the social care sector with them to enhance the lives of the people we support.”