Registered Care Manager Keeley Riley is clear, focused and driven to protect our clients who are at the heart of our service.
For Keeley, care is personal. She joined the care sector after experiencing first hand the care and support that her husband received over 18 months whilst being treated for lymphoma.
Keeley worked for a company where she carried out a similar role, and came to Respectful Care after hearing about our fantastic standards.
She is proof that with drive and ambition, people can progress their careers at Respectful Care. She began her career as a client team leader, progressed to office team leader, regional development manager and now registered care manager.
Keeley has spent ten years in the care sector and proudly holds an NVQ Level 5 in Adult Health and Social Care
Eloise joined Respectful Care in January 2018, and in this time she has progressed to mentor and then to her current role as Client Team Leader. Eloise works alongside Branka to ensure our client care packages are tailored to people's individualised needs and preferences.
Eloise started working in care settings at the age of 15, she jumped at the chance to be a part of the care team when she turned 18 and hasn’t looked back since. Care is Eloise’s Passion, and strongly believes, everyone has the right to truly personalised care.
Eloise says “Our clients have always been at the heart of everything I do, I believe this new structure will only exceed my ability to do so, involving our clients and my colleagues in the process to truly include all. I want to work closely with you all, as I know how well you know our clients and this knowledge will be invaluable to me. I hope in time, we can build a Rota structure which reflects our clients needs and wishes but also provides you with a regular shift pattern, regular clients to fit around you and your life.”
Adam joined Respectful Care as a support and care worker in February 2019. He was quickly promoted to lead the recruitment process within our company and took up his new role within a couple of months. After around 6 months of being with the company, he took on the responsibility of training new members of staff.
As of 2020 Adam became the regional training manager for Respectful Care and dedicates his time between recruiting the very best staff for our clients, as well as delivering high-quality training to all. Outside of this, Adam is involved in projects used to engage the community including Staff and Client events as well as fundraising for various charities.
Bev has been in the care industry for 21 years. She started working in care homes but found her passion was supporting people in their own homes. Her experience in the care industry has resulted in vast knowledge when supporting the elderly, dementia, and end-of-life care.
Bev holds a Level 3 qualification in Health and Social Care and joined the Respectful Care team over 3 years ago after seeing the good reviews. Bev has followed the career pathway at Respectful Care and after various progression roles, has never looked back!
Jade joined Respectful Care in December 2019 as a Care and Support Worker. Jade has worked in the care industry for 7 years and proudly holds a Level 3 Health and Social Care qualification. Jade has a strong passion for care, putting her clients at the heart of everything she does.
Jade’s passion and enthusiasm made her the perfect candidate to progress within the company and soon within her caring role, was promoted to Staff Mentor. In January 2021 Jade was appointed Client Team Leader as this was an ideal fit for her passion and dedication, in ensuring the clients are at the centre of their care and best outcomes met.
Jade says “I want to be able to give our clients a personal experience all the way through their journey with respectful care. Knowing that you have someone to reach out to gives it that personal touch, from doing the rota’s all the way to doing client assessments and reviews for the area. I would love for staff to feel confident that they can come to me to get the support they need with their rota’s and any client concerns. I will be there to support all the way.”
Lisa has worked in the care industry for over 7 years and proudly holds a level 3 Health and Social Care qualification. Lisa has numerous qualities that she has developed during her domiciliary experience, including care planning, rostering, training, and supporting colleagues.
Our newly developed role Client Relationship Manager made Lisa the perfect candidate to utilise high-quality skills. Lisa has vowed to ensure her new role is client and staff focused by listening and acting on feedback to positively enhance our care provision and embed high standards.