Meet the team
Alexander is a retired Infantry Officer of the British Army where he served tours in both Bosnia and Afghanistan. Having left the army, he completed a Masters’ business degree and worked in London for a national energy company. Alexander has spent a lot of his spare time fundraising and organising events to raise money and awareness for the ‘British Limbless Ex Service Men’s Association’, BLESMA.
Alexander enjoys surfing on Bantham Beach and is an avid photographer and is also occasionally seen accompanying Emma on his 1965 BSA Bantam ‘Tom’ when the mood takes his bike.
Emma has a degree in Botany, a diploma in Business and a Master’s Degree in Business and the Environment and has many years’ experience in management roles and providing high quality service to demanding clients. Emma is passionate about providing the highest level of service to each customer and firmly believes in the importance of local working.
In her spare time Emma likes to take her 1955 BSA Bantam D1 ‘Peggy’ out on the road to explore the countryside. She loves walks on the beach and occasionally braves a surf although will more often than not be seen in the white wash close to the shore.
Pauline has worked in the social care field for over 30 years and has had management roles for the
past fifteen years. She has a degree in social policy and administration and the registered managers award.
Pauline has a specialism is dementia care and has spent seven years as Support Services Manager for
the Alzheimer’s Society, having also worked in the domiciliary and residential care sectors. She is
thrilled to be joining Bluebird Care and is determined to maintain our outstanding status with CQC
and our local community.
In her spare time she enjoys walking with her lovely dog Bow. She is a creative person and loves
anything arty – She paints, sews and knits to various degrees of success!
Live-in Care Manager
Carol Joined the team as a Locality Manager in Feb 2018, having spent the previous ten years managing a multi-site operation delivering a service to the elderly across Devon.
In Nov 2018, the Live-in Care Manager position became available and Carol was excited to step into this role and begin developing the service.
As the Live-in Care Manager, it is Carol’s responsibility to deliver support packages that enable her customers to live safely & independently in their own homes for as long as possible. She communicates with her customers, family members and health professionals daily, she leads by providing support & guidance to a team of dedicated carers who are passionate about making a difference to the lives of the people in our community.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family & friends, and taking long walks on the beach with her husband and dog Reggie.
Jenny comes from a background of working with Adults with learning disabilities. She has been a team leader on a project to relocate children with learning disabilities, back into the community. Prior to that, Jenny has experience with Children with Emotional and behavioural issues in a school environment, liaising with medical professionals to creating a safe environment for the children to focus on and benefit from. Jenny has an NVQ level 2 and 3 in Health and Social care for Children and young people. Jenny is currently a locality manager, she ensures customer’s needs are assessed and her care workers are looked after.
In her spare time Jenny loves craft, upcycing furniture, making jewellery, interior design, beach and north coast of Cornwall and travelling to Spain as much as possible to visit family.
Dawn has worked in the Care Industry since 2006. She has predominantly worked within domiciliary care and the fact that she has worked as a carer, and graduated to more of an office based role, gives her an empathetic view throughout. Dawn is currently finishing her NVQ level 4 and plans to start her NVQ level 5.
In her spare time, you will find Dawn across the South West, at cat shows, where she will be gaining Championship titles for her privileged felines.
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