Promotion for Hull caring deputy care home manager

Adam Ross

A Hull-based care organisation has promoted one of its staff members, after working for the organisation for seven years.


Adam Ross has been appointed as manager for Isaac Robinson Court, which provides care for people with learning disabilities, has appointed Adam Ross as manager.


Adam joined the not for profit Hica Group in 2011 as a carer and has since worked his way up to a management role. Before being appointed as manager for Isaac Robinson Court, Adam was the deputy at Red House in Bridlington, which provides support for older people and also specialises in dementia care.

In his new role, Adam will lead and support staff at Isaac Robinson Court and be responsible for the day-to-day running of the home, ensuring that the high level of care delivered to residents is maintained.


He said: “I am really pleased to have been appointed manager at Isaac Robinson Court. The Hica Group has allowed me to develop and grow my career. From starting as a carer in Driffield, staff have supported me and as a result, I gained the skills and experience I needed to become a manager.


“My role will cover a variety of aspects. Primarily, I will support the staff and ensure residents receive the highest quality care. I will also be responsible for ensuring we are meeting legislation standards, making sure staff have up-to-date training, as well as general organisation and planning.”


Prior to joining the Hica Group, Adam, from Bridlington, worked in various fast food restaurants, but he had a passion for caring for others and decided that joining the Hica Group would allow him to begin his career in the care industry.


Penni Brown, chief executive of the Hica Group said: “Adam will be a great addition to the team at Isaac Robinson Court. He knows the organisation well, and has a genuine caring disposition, which alongside his skills and experience, makes him a great choice for manager.


“I hope that Adam continues to develop, and I look forward to seeing him step in to the new role.”


Isaac Robinson Court is part of the not for profit organisation Hica Group, which operates a portfolio of 15 care homes, five of which are for people with a learning disability, along with two retirement villages.  The company also runs a care at home service providing approximately 11,500 hours of support and care from four regional offices in the North of England.



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