MEET OUR WINCHMORE HILL TEAM
Tola Banjo is a highly valued Care Coordinator at Berkeley Home Health working with the Northwood and Winchmore Hill branches. Since joining in 2022, Tola has proven herself to be an indispensable member of the team. Her daily responsibilities include allocating shifts to care workers, dealing with clients’ and their next of kin’s enquiries, and completing assessments for new enquires. Tola’s NVQ Level 3 in Health & Social care has provided her with the necessary skills to excel in her role. She also has previous experience working as a care worker, which enables her to better understand and support her team. Tola’s excellent communication skills and dedication to providing the right support that will meet clients’ individual needs make her an exceptional Care Coordinator. Outside of work, Tola enjoys designing and sewing, which reflects her creativity and attention to detail. We are proud to have Tola on our team and are confident in her ability to continue making a positive impact on the lives of our clients.
Duchess Nkundo is a dedicated Care Coordinator at Berkeley Home Health’s Winchmore Hill branch. Since joining in 2022, Duchess excels at rostering staff, ensuring a personalized and safe care experience for clients. With a Bachelor’s Degree in BSc Health and Social Care and previous experience as a Senior Care Assistant, she brings valuable expertise to her role.
Duchess’s responsibilities include matching carers’ skills with clients’ health needs, collaborating with professionals and next of kin, updating care plans, and assessing new clients. She also supports recruitment, training, and handles on-call duties during out-of-hours. Duchess finds fulfilment in knowing she positively impacts clients’ lives and values treating carers with respect and gratitude.
Beyond her work, Duchess is a proud mother of two children and considers completing her degree despite setbacks and swiftly advancing to a senior care assistant role as notable achievements.
Emma has a detailed career in the Health and Social care sector spanning beyond 20 years. She has a plethora of experience and knowledge from working both directly and indirectly with service users and clients in a range of settings. Emma has undertaken a wealth of qualifications and educational courses over the years, enhancing her own knowledge and skills.
As a qualified Trainer, Emma can deliver current information combined with demonstrations of good practice and share from her own experiences giving our carers the best start in their career.
Dedicated to helping customers and their families, Kate feels privileged to be the first point of contact for those considering their care options. From the very first moment of enquiry through to when the care package starts, Kate ensures continuity of help and support all the way through.
Head of Visiting Care
Carla Gama is a dedicated and passionate care director who joined Berkeley Home Health in July 2022. She is responsible for overseeing the smooth running of operational goals and objectives, ensuring that they are delivered in line with the group’s strategic plan. Her qualifications include a Master’s degree in Rehabilitation and Social Inclusion, and she has more than 15 years of experience in the care industry.
Carla’s previous experience includes working for The Good Care Group for nearly a decade, where she was responsible for the successful delivery of care to clients across multiple areas in the South of England. As the Registered Manager for a bespoke care service created in partnership with Riverstone, a Goldman Sachs-owned business, Carla was involved in setting up the business model, writing policies and procedures, and developing IT systems to support the business.
Carla’s passion for caring for others began at a young age, when she started doing voluntary work. She has since dedicated her career to leading and supporting operational teams to deliver outstanding care services to clients, as well as enabling people to live well at home for as long as they wish.
In her role, Carla supports a number of the company’s subsidiaries, including Berkeley Home Health Somerset and Wiltshire, Berkeley Home Health Surrey, Berkeley Home Health East of England, Genuine Care, Premier Homecare, and Trinity Homecare. Her dedication and commitment to the care industry make her an invaluable member of the Trinity Homecare Group team.
Our live-in carers at Berkeley Home Health are experts in the field. They receive specialist in-house induction training along with ongoing refresher training to keep their skills up-to-date with industry best practise. They are fully vetted, interviewed, have excellent references and are in receipt of an enhanced check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). They will always arrive on time and greet you with a welcoming smile, remaining polite and helpful at all times. At Berkeley Home Health, we only recruit those who we would feel confident caring for our own family – the very best.
Types of care
We pride ourselves on offering a breadth of care options to meet each individual’s needs. Including:
- Care for couples
- Those living with dementia
- End-of-life care
- Disabled adults care and support
- Reablement care
We offer a variety of care options for you or your loved one, keeping you safe at home.
You can write to us at:
Berkeley Home Health,
49 Station Road,
HOW TO GET HERE
1. By Car
There is parking available on nearby residential streets for free. However, there are parking restrictions between 10am and 11.30am so ensure you read the parking signs.
2. By Train
The branch is less than a minute walk from Winchmore Hill Station eastwards down Station Road. Winchmore Hill is on the line between Hertford North and Kings Cross or Moorgate.
3. By Bus
Our nearest bus stop is at Winchmore Hill Station from either direction. The 456 stops here frequently.