One of the UK’s leading care sector consultancies has appointed a new regional director.
Caresolve has promoted Maxine Parry to the role from her previous position as Senior Consultant which she had held since joining the Warrington-based company in 2016.
Maxine is now responsible for overseeing the day-to-day management of Caresolve.
The company was established in 2011 by experienced care sector professionals Ben Challinor and James Parkin. They were subsequently joined by Richard Shore as Finance Director in 2016.
Caresolve has been extremely busy during the Covid-19 pandemic, providing strategic and operational support to care home operators and their investors.
The company also works closely with local authorities, the CQC, insolvency practitioners, banks, sales agents and solicitors.
Caresolve undertakes management contracts for investors and providers, as well as having extensive experience in achieving the successful turnaround of numerous care homes.
The company also has a dedicated financial arm, Caresolve Financial, headed up by Richard Shore, providing financial reviews and management services and Finance Director support.
Ben Challinor said: “We are delighted to have appointed Maxine as our Regional Director. She has a proven track record of providing leadership to care home operators, consistently helping them to achieve success beyond expectation.
“In some cases, this means putting in place a strategy to enable a home to go from ‘Good’ to ‘Outstanding’ in Care Quality Commission inspections.
“For others, particularly during the current crisis, it has been more about helping care home operators to navigate their way through extremely testing times.”
Maxine Parry said: “We have been extremely busy throughout the pandemic and have plans to continue to grow Caresolve over the next couple of years in the North West and beyond.
“I am looking forward to leading the team and continuing to work in partnership with care sector operators, to drive forward standards and assist them in achieving their ultimate goals for their care homes.”