Our Teams

“Stockwellcare are a people investor and recognise our staff as valuable asset to our success”.

We have in place on-going training programmes by accredited trainers.This is in accordance with our policies and procedures to deliver high quality care which also complies with the CQC essential standards of quality and safety of care.

Management Team

Stockwell Support Services management team are experienced professionals previously engaged in local authorities, private and voluntary organisations delivering high quality care. They have strong leadership skills and proficient in managing a large team of care professionals to deliver value for investments made by service users. Their expertise is and performance is regularly appraised to maintain relevance to evolving industry standards and practises. This is complemented with regular involvement with care improvement conferences organised by professional bodies such as United Kingdom Home Care Association (UKHCA).

StockwellCare Management Team

Business Support Team

Our support team are trained administrators who provide support to the care workers. The business support team is made up of helpdesk staff, finance personnel who are competent in their various areas of expertise. The core of their roles is outlined below:

  • Our help desk staff act as a response unit to clients and direct any new referrals to the appropriate team.
  • Our business support manager coordinating business activities, delivering sufficient support to care management and delivery teams.
  • Our financial personnel ensure that adequate resources are available to the front- liners to deliver the assessed needs to the service users.

Care Support Workers

SSS care support workers are our most valued asset as frontline workers. They work with our service users and their family / relatives to deliver their support plan according to their needs and wishes. It is our policy that risks assessment is carried out before the care package actually commences within 72 hours in line with care code of practice.

All our care support workers are Health and Social Care trained and practised in various care setting including local authorities, private and voluntary organisations. Their service delivery includes specialist care for demented users, users with learning disabilities and palliative care. We pride ourselves in tailoring our service to meet the needs of our service users.