Meet the team
Cliff has over 30 year’s experience in executive and senior management roles in the healthcare sector.
Cliff has been the catalyst in driving Larchfield House to become the specialist dementia home that we are today. He motivates the team to excel at a high level while developing their skills so everyone can grow into their roles accordingly.
Kelly started working as a Health Care Assistant at Larchfield House eight years ago and is passionate about ensuring care planning is accurate and person centred.
Kelly enjoys all aspects of her role and aspires to become a Registered Manager having taken on her Level 5 in Health and Social care. Kelly is a Dementia Friends Champion and is also an ambassador for The Purple Angel Dementia Campaign. Kelly facilitates and monitors the in-depth training program for the whole team ensuring the standards are maintained and the skillset is constantly improved.
Jane has been with Larchfield House for the past four years and has worked in the care industry for the last 7 years.
Jane started at Larchfield House as an Activity Co-ordinator working with the residents evaluating their needs and correct methods of stimulation. Jane progressed to Wellbeing Manager in 2018 so she could support and develop the wellbeing and stimulation of our residents. Her ethos is to provide a person-centred approach for all our residents, providing the most suitable care and ensuring our residents health and wellbeing is promoted at all times.
Chris has worked in numerous senior administration roles and has also worked for a Clinical Trials company within the Pharmaceutical sector.
Chris has worked at Larchfield House for over 11 years. Her knowledge and experience of administration, financial procedures and care home operations allow her to streamline processes. Chris is also head of Human resources, advising on recruitment processes and employment law. Chris is always happy to help with information and advice.