MAUREEN MILLARD 
SUPPORT UNIT: Wanderers House 
 
NUMBER OF SERVICE USERS:
 
SOMETHING STRANGE BUT TRUE 
 
I went shopping with my husband and I had forgot something so I ran back into the shop, when I came out I ran to the car with my bags and threw them at my husband, I was ranting and raving about how much I had spent and when I looked up a strange man was smiling at me and said, "ok love!"I had jumped in the wrong car, I was so embarrassed, I grabbed everything quickly got out the car to turn round and find my husband laughing and the other man just smiling at me and he said nice to meet you anyway! 
 
A NOTE FROM ME 
 
To be professional in my job role, putting the care of my service users at the forefront of everything, in a person centred way, promoting their rights and choices at all times and treating them with dignity and respect. Also provide them with the care and support they need to live a healthy active life to the best of their abilities in a warm caring environment with trained staff to support them to live as independently as possible in their home. 
 
My caring nature, as I speak and treat people the way I wish to be treated myself. 
 
 
Jill Whitter 
SUPPORT UNIT: For Forte House 
 
NUMBER OF SERVICE USERS:
 
SOMETHING STRANGE BUT TRUE 
 
It was on my bucket list to swim with dolphins. 
My day had arrived, I was so excited I got into the water, and started swimming I reached out to stroke the dolphin and then the dolphin came towards me and bit my hand. 
 
My dream of swimming with dolphins had ended. 
 
This could only happen to me ! 
 
A NOTE FROM ME 
I am passionate about delivering quality person centred care, and always strives to ensure that our service users reach their full potential, and receive the emotional and mental stimulation to live a normal life as possible. 
 
The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today. 
 
 
 
MICHELLE RIMMER 
SUPPORT UNIT: Woodlands Care Home 
 
NUMBER OF SERVICE USERS: 22 
 
SOMETHING STRANGE BUT TRUE 
 
On my first date with my fiancé I broke his leg when he tried but failed to stop me from falling on ice. I landed on him! We are still together 24yrs later! 
 
A NOTE FROM ME 
 
A little bit of love and support goes a very long way,everybody has something to offer to enrich your life no matter how small or how many years experience you have! 
 
I hope my patience and kindness and that I always try to work out situations to everybody's best advantage 
 
 
BALLY SAHOTA 
SUPPORT UNIT: Hilton/Walton House 
 
NUMBER OF SERVICE USERS:
 
SOMETHING STRANGE BUT TRUE 
 
I feel like I’m diagonally parked in a parallel universe 
 
A NOTE FROM ME 
 
Recognizing that my service users are individuals and that providing choice and respecting their dignity and decisions is central to their continued well-being and independence. My goal is to help people lead fulfilled, independent lives in the homes and for Support Staff to strive to enhance the well-being of our service users through available opportunities and options. I have a passion for Independence and respect for choice. This ethos runs through every aspect of the homes, delivered through outstanding training and professionalism, extended support teams, regular service plan reviews and open communications channels. 
 
Remember me as a person who always tries to do her best! 
 
 
MISS LORRAINE CASS 
SUPPORT UNIT: Edge Hall 
 
NUMBER OF SERVICE USERS: 14 
 
SOMETHING STRANGE BUT TRUE 
 
I used to play football for Liverpool girls football club 
 
A NOTE FROM ME 
 
To provide a professional and flexible service that meets each service user’s needs, wishes while recognising the importance of looking at the whole person, the physical, mental, social and emotional needs in order to improve each service user wellbeing. Making the house they live in their home 
 
Never taking anything for granted and living life to the fullest potential!