He also is well-versed in delivering training and specialising in positive behavioural support.
During the last two years with Danshell, Mick has demonstrated dedication and commitment to both service users and staff. He began working at Chesterholme as a staff nurse and progressed to charge nurse before taking over as Manager of the hospital.
Mick said: “As soon as I joined Danshell I realised it was a company that had a similar philosophy of support and care to my own.
“It is really satisfying to work for an organisation that focuses on supporting service users to lead as independent and fulfilling lives as possible.
“I am looking forward to supporting and leading the team at Chesterholme to build further on the excellent care and support it provides.”
Mel Ramsey, Danshell’s Chief Executive, said: “Mick has proved to be a great support to colleagues and service users since he joined the company.
“His promotion to Manager of Chesterholme is well-deserved and his wealth of experience will be a great asset to the staff team and service users at Chesterholme
Chesterholme, an independent hospital situated in Hexham, Northumberland, provides assessment and intervention for up to 16 adults with learning disabilities.