Ingleby House, Leicester Road, Bedworth, Warwickshire, CV12 8BU, United Kingdom
Ingleby House provides support for eight people who have learning disabilities and who may have a dual diagnosis.
The home offers innovative person-centred support in a community environment. Focusing on quality of life, the experienced team of staff will ensure that each person is able to explore every opportunity open to them within the local community.
The ethos at Ingleby House is about thinking differently, offering real choice and real opportunities and enabling people to develop their independence and life skills.
Ingleby House is a Victorian style house which has eight bedrooms, one of which is an apartment on the ground floor, an open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area as well as a relaxing room.
Ingleby House is in the heart of Bedworth, just five minutes from the town centre. The service has great transport links as well as shops and local amenities close by, as well as Minors Welfare park on a short drive down the road!
Antonella joined Voyage Care in 2016, bringing with over 25 years' experience managing large remote services in both the healthcare and utilities sectors. This includes working with care homes for the elderly and health clinics for Bupa.
Jackie joined Voyage Care in 2014 as an Operations Manager before moving to the Service Optimisation team in 2016, providing support to our operational teams. Jackie is a Learning Disability nurse with over 25 years’ experience in the health and social care sector, where she has worked in a variety of senior management roles. Jackie recently moved into the role of Operations Director supporting our services in the South West.
Jackie said, “I have always been passionate about supporting positive change for all, ensuring everyone is supported to the best of our ability, to achieve their aspirations. Voyage Care’s vision enables me to be innovative and strive for these goals whilst driving our purpose for delivering great quality care.
“Good social care is delivered by passionate staff who put the individual at the heart of everything they do. We coach our teams to be able to support choice and promote independence, ensuring we empower everyone we support.”
I have been working in the health and social care sector for 24 years, in a variety of settings.
I have worked in residential schools, with the elderly both in the community and in registered services as well as with adults with learning disabilities.
I have had numerous roles, including support worker, team leader and I joined Voyage Care as a home manager in 2012. I've been in my current role for the last four years.
I am passionate about supporting people to fulfill their potential and believe that the people we support should be at the forefront of what we do. I love my role and support my team to ensure we deliver great quality care.
I am committed, hard-working and knowledgeable and my team would describe me a supportive leader, with lots of patience and a great sense of humour.
I am a mum to four grown up children and also have two beautiful granddaughters, all of whom mean the world to me.
When I'm not working, I enjoy listening to indie music and spending time with my family and friends. I'm a great cook and hostess and every now and then I love a good book and a comedy film.
I am very much a cup half full person who sees the good in everyone.
Learning disabilities, transforming care, physical disabilities, autism, mental health, epilepsy, nursing care and support, day opportunities.