We understand that arranging care can be an emotional and complex process, which is why we help guide you through the process with expert advice and support.
MEET OUR SOUTH EAST TEAM
Sonia started her career in the care sector in 2006 when she worked as a Live-in Carer in Austria. Moving to the UK in 2007, Sonia thrived as a Visiting Carer in the Surrey area. She gained expert knowledge, skills and experience to progress her career. Soon after, Sonia managed large Visiting and Live-in Care companies in south and central England and also worked as a Dementia Care Manager in a nursing home in Epsom.
With numerous qualifications in Health and Social Care, she was also able to complete her CIPD level 5 in HR management. Sonia loves her job as a Care Manager and enjoys the team she works with. With a strong belief that happy carers make happy clients, Sonia aims to lead through ensuring her team is happy and supported.
When Sonia is not working, she enjoys staying active through sports such as running and skiing. As a ‘Dementia Friend’, she hopes to raise money for The Alzheimer’s Research UK Charity, by participating in the London Half Marathon, in 2023.
Fay has been working as a Care Manager for Berkeley Home Health since January 2021. Fay has an extensive care background whose main focus has been dementia care and Nutrition. Fay won Carer of the Year at the National Care Awards in 2019 for her dedication to person centred care and empowering individuals to live the life they want to lead. Fay is responsible for overseeing the care and the wellbeing of our clients and carers.
Felicity joined Berkeley Home Health in November 2021. Felicity utilises her transferable skills as a former Primary School Teacher in coordinating the pool of carers across the South East. This role involves keeping a cool head and being able to solve multiple logistical issues as they arise.
Chelsea joined Berkeley Home Health South East in September 2021. She is our Live-In Carer Recruiter and always brings 100% to the work that she does, ensuring that she finds the most outstanding carers.
Starting with a conversation, Chelsea will assess the individuals to ensure they can provide the best quality of care for our clients. Then once compliance is completed, Chelsea will get them booked into training, ready to go out into placement.
Emma has a detailed career in the Health and Social care sector spanning beyond 20 years. She has a wealth of experience and knowledge from working both directly and indirectly with service users and clients in a range of settings. Emma has undertaken a number 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.
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.
CONTACT OUR SOUTH EAST BRANCH
If you are already registered and receiving care from us, then you can call our operations team on 01252 852100.
To speak to a member of our friendly recruitment team, please call 01252 852100 and they will guide you through the application process.
Or alternatively, apply online via our dedicated careers portal.
You can write to us at:
Berkley Home Health,
Central House (2nd Floor)
1-15 Central Road
HOW TO GET HERE
1. By Car
We are 1.5 miles from the A3. There is one hour free parking in the Sainsbury's car park to the rear of our office or alternatively free off street parking on neighbouring roads.
2. By Train
The nearest station is Worcester Park Rail Station. Trains run directly from London Waterloo and Wimbledon. Come out of the station, turn left and walk straight up the High Street for approximately 8-10 minutes until you come to Sainsbury’s Local on your right hand side.
3. By Bus
The 213 bus from Kingston and Sutton and X26 bus from Heathrow and East Croydon stop outside our office.