Rachel's story: Why I became a Trainee Nursing Associate (TNA)
The benefit is that it’s a full-time job. I don’t have the financial implications of being in university.
Rachel Cuckson, Trainee Nursing Associate at Greenside Court
Katie's story: How I became a home manager
You’ve got a lot of people to care for, a lot of complex needs, so making sure that everybody’s cared for is a big challenge. It’s making sure on a day-to-day basis that everything is running tip-top and running as you’d expect it to.
Katie Leonard, Home Manager at Fairburn Vale
Diane's story: Why I'm a nurse
What I want to do is make sure that the people here have my best, and that they can live life to the fullest. They’re all so sweet. It’s the little things, every day.
Diane Jones, Registered Nurse at Fairburn Mews
Michaela's story: Why I'm a team leader
I love it... when she (dementia patient) first came in, she'd often worry that she wasn't in control of herself. She used to say she’d never be able to lead a normal life again. But she did - she went back to live at home. It was heartwarming just to think: ‘You know, I’ve been part of that!'
Michaela Dytham, Team Leader at Fairburn Mews
Claire's story: Why I'm a unit manager
I know that there would be options if ever I wanted to try and go further. Exemplar Health Care is a really good company for developing people, and they will offer you the options if you want to progress into further roles.
Claire Bell, Unit Manager at Dearnevale
Shannon's story: How I became Belle of the ball
Life in an Exemplar Health Care home is not just about great care but also about helping people to reach their personal milestones and to enjoy the same opportunities as anyone else.
Naomi Jones, Bridgewood Mews Home Manager