Meet the Team

We hire the best people, not just for skills but also for their caring, happy attitudes. Even though we hire the best we continue to develop them with ongoing training and support, ensuring our residents get the highest, quality service any care home can offer.

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Meet some of our Norfolk Care Homes superstars!

Steve felt compelled to follow a career path in care after his mother became ill with cancer. Steve joined our Nightingale care home in Norfolk in 2013 as a care assistant. As well the regular care assistant training, Steve has studied the principles of dementia and has recently completed his NVQ level 2 in Health and Social Care. “I absolutely love the job,” says Steve “These people need our help and our care, and I love the satisfaction I get by giving that to them.”
Lorna, also known as Lorna of the laundry, joined our Norfolk care homes in 2013, when she was just 18. Since Lorna has worked here she has grown with confidence and relishes her role as a laundry assistant. Lorna is great at encouraging the residents to join in with the folding of the laundry, giving them an opportunity to have a good chat while being active at the same time.
Emily is our song bird, she’s often heard singing around the care home and even sings at some of the care home events. Emily started with us as a part time laundry assistant, this enabled her to study performing music, but soon realised how much she enjoyed being with the residents. At the age of 18 Emily moved from laundry to become a care assistant, she has now got her sights on becoming a senior carer and to start nursing.
Hazel is the manager at The Limes Care Home, she has been there for more than twenty years. Over this time Hazel has shown tremendous commitment and is passionate about the home and the residents. She also manages a dedicated team that has been there with her for many years and helps to ensure the continuity of care. Hazel often says “Love what you do and it never feels like work” Hazel is someone who truly loves what she does.
Angela has a solid background in the provision of specialist dementia care, having developed her skills, expertise and knowledge over the past nineteen years. For eight of those years, Angela has been at Nightingale Care Home in Norfolk where she leads a team of dedicated and caring staff. Angela loves every day at the care home because “it’s homely with a good sense of humour” she says.
Kirsty has worked in care since she was 17 years old. She has worked with residential, dementia and nursing service users throughout her career. Kirsty really enjoys her job, she gets great satisfaction from helping elderly residents with their day to day routines and making a difference to their lives. Kirsty has achieved her NVQ 2 & NVQ 3 in health and social care and has started my team leadership course. Her goals for the future are to start her nurses training and graduate with a nursing degree.