A new home care provider has opened its doors in Lewes with the expectation of creating around 70 new jobs over the next three years.
Clarriots Care has 10 years of home care experience and was delighted to have the Lewes MP Maria Caulfield in attendance at their recent launch party to officially open their latest office in Lewes.
Graham Lockwood is the owner of the new office and is aiming to create ‘a beacon of care excellence’ and hopes to be a market leader when it comes to caring for some of the most vulnerable people in our society. He said:
“We put care before business and are always striving to deliver the best quality of care possible.
“We very much aim to be part of the local community, ensuring we are always available to listen to care worker and clients.”
The team at the Lewes branch, will be led by registered manager, Nicola Funnell, who has 25 years of experience in the sector.
She added: “We deliver on the promise of providing exceptional care, offering a tailored matching service based on individual requirements. We offer a high quality, first class care and we’re here to provide whatever support people in the community require.
“We’re also very proud to be able to offer our care staff a fantastic employment package which not only offers training and career progression but rewards them with many great perks, which they truly deserve.”
Clarriots Care Lewes has set their sights on achieving an “Outstanding” CQC in their next inspection.