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About us

The Reynard Care and Support Agency Ltd is made up of a specialist team to support with medication management, personal hygiene and health checks.

We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

 

 

Statement of Purpose

The Reynard Care & Support Agency is an independent 24/7 Domiciliary Agency assisting young people with learning disabilities in the community.  We cover support and care for those who live in their homes and want to be independent. We are able to support young people in a variety of situations.

 

Our aim is to provide personalised care and support to young adults with learning difficulties.  As part of our service and commitment, we will assist individuals with strategies and support to integrate with the community socially as well as in the working environment, while developing their independence skills.

 

 

Mission Statement

Our main objective is to provide the highest quality care and support service to meet individual needs of young people with learning disabilities in a dignified and respectful way.  We promote individual choice while taking into account the personal health and safety situation of each person.

 

Support is offered on a practical day to day basis with hours that suit the individual, whether this is in a domestic, learning, social or vulnerable situation.  This enables them to live more full and independent lives and to integrate and take full advantage of everything their community has to offer.

 

Who will support me?

All staff have a wealth of experience and skills, are rigorously trained and have at least Health and Social Care level 3 qualifications. First Aid, Health and Safety, Food Hygiene and Manual Handling certificates are achieved on a regular basis. All staff are checked through the DBS to make sure they meet CQC standards.

 

We introduce support workers before they start visiting you and monitor the support you receive. All staff will wear identification badges so that you know who they are and can identify where they are from.

 

Susie Palmer

Registered Manager

Kerry Knapman

Deputy Manager

Samantha Huish

Senior Care Support Worker

Amanda Sheach

Care Support Worker

Stephen Tompson

Care Support Worker

Charmaine Coates

Care Support Worker