Registered Care Manager
Mark is an experienced care manager. Having completed a university degree in Deaf Studies, he’s worked a variety of care roles which has given him a wealth of knowledge in all aspects of care and support work. He’s followed a management route for the past 5 years and now holds a Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care.
Mark is passionate about delivering exceptional person-centred care and is always encouraging the team to go above and beyond to deliver outstanding service. For example, in one of his earlier roles as Activities Coordinator, he won “Community Project of the Year”.
Mark’s role as Registered Care Manager is to lead and oversee a safe and effective care service, making sure we never compromise on our quality commitment to our customers and their loved ones. He is totally committed to our development as an exceptional home care service, where the person we are caring for is always at the centre of our focus.
"I’m committed to enabling people to live as independently as possible, and to working with other community services to ensure that we enhance our service, so that we can offer holistic care for people’s ever-changing support requirements. I get huge satisfaction from seeing positive outcomes to the lives of those who use our services as a result of our efforts. This is what motivates me in my job.”
Mark has worked with a wide range of different support requirements including: Dementia, Palliative Care, Stroke, MS, Learning Difficulties, and Mental Health work.
In his spare time, Mark really enjoys travel. He once travelled the world in 30 days, visiting seven countries and seeing sites such as Taj Mahal, Great Wall of China, Tiananmen Square, Hiroshima, Alcatraz, and dog sledding in Finland. He has a claim to fame in that he featured in “Take a Break” magazine for a charity trolley dash where he bagged £800 (world record?). He also likes gardening and camping.