Meet the team

Rick Parekh

Director

Bluebird Care Stafford is led by Rick Parekh. Rick joined the Bluebird Care team in January 2016 with a view to offer outstanding quality care to their customers.

Rick’s fundamental role is to ensure the continued development and growth of Bluebird Care Stafford whilst ensuring great customer satisfaction. His previous experiences include working at board level within in the food manufacturing industry where attention to detail is paramount.  He hopes the acquired skills and resources will lead to the goal of becoming the leading provider of domiciliary care in the Staffordshire area.

 

The care that we provide is not just our day job, but it is our passion! We are extremely proud of the outstanding standard of care we provide and our aim is to ensure that our customers always receive the quality service we would expect for our own family member. Myself and my team would be delighted to hear from anyone who is seeking homecare for themselves, for a loved one, or would simply like to talk to someone about the services we provide.

Emily Jones

Registered Care Manager

Emily joined us as a carer in 2010.  Within a short space of time, she was promoted to Care Supervisor and then in 2012 took the role of Care Coordinator. In 2016 Emily accepted her current position as Care Manager and since then has made huge impact to the services we provide and is an asset to Bluebird Care Stafford.

Emily has proven to be extremely proactive in engaging with both customers and staff and demonstrates exceptional skills in managing expectations.

I am keen to progress Bluebird Care Stafford as the leading domiciliary care agency within Staffordshire and I feel very passionate about the service we provide to our customers.

Kelly Muncaster

Care Coordinator

Kelly joined us in March 2017 and has over ten years experience within the care sector.

As well as delivering care and support to the elderly in the community, she has also worked in other areas, including mental health, learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities and children. Within this time Kelly has obtained her Level 2 and 3 in Health and Social Care.

Kelly is very excited to have joined our team and looks forward to learning new skills, meeting new challenges and making an overwhelming difference with us.

I am extremely passionate about people and care and believe in a professional, punctual service, delivered with a smile.

Sally Kidd

Care Supervisor

Sally joined us in 2013 as a carer and has since attained her Level 2 & 3 in Health & Social Care and also a BTEC Level 2 in Learning Disabilities and Mental Health.  She is friendly and professional and a great part of the Bluebird Care team.

She has had 22 years of experience in the care setting, previously working in residential, respite and day care for elderly, learning and physical disabilities.

Having a close family member with a learning disability, I understand the need for a level of excellence provided in their individual care and strive to provide the same for all.

Sarah Hines

Field Care Supervisor

With no previous care experience, Sarah joined Bluebird Care Stafford as a care assistant in June 2017. She was promoted to Senior Carer in December 2018 and helped support the management  team in successfully setting up the PASS system. 

Due to the fantastic growth within the company and support offered to the team, Sarah has recently been promoted to her current role as ‘Field Care Supervisor’ in March 2019.

 

I am passionate about caring for people and ensuring they receive the best care possible. I am keen to expand my knowledge to better support people in need and ensure everyone receives the care and support they all deserve. I am so glad to be a part of such a fantastic team.

William McGettigan

Field Care Supervisor

Will Joined Bluebird care in 2017 as a care assistant and progressed through the company to the role of Field Care Supervisor in 2019. He has 5 years’ experience in domiciliary care and believes in providing the best possible care for those living with dementia. He is the office’s dementia friends champion and regularly runs information sessions for staff on the subject.

 

“I am proud to be part of a team that offers great quality care in our community. We understand the need to support our customers, their families, and work hard to maintain our excellent standards.”