Meet The Team
Founder / Proprieter
Cathy C Mandaza
Chinwe is one of two team leaders who deputise on behalf of the manager. She has excellent analytical skills and her care skills are much appreciated by all. She is also very knowledgeable in sports and is a well versed in all aspects of football which provides insightful discussions for residents.
"It is very important that we work together to meet the needs of the residents by finding the best approach to individual care. I enjoy my role as team leader, providing care and working with staff to ensure that the care plan is created by co-planning so that residents receive a definitive tailor made care."
Cathy has a background as a trainer provider for the health care sector. She also has experience in business administration and is qualified with an MBA.
"As manager, the smooth running of the home is my responsibility and my approach supports the home’s inherent ambience as a home from home. I have a philosophy of ensuring staff training is up date and I seek to continuously inspire all."
Mrs Newland has extensive experience as a nurse in various wards; as a clinical nurse tutor and as a district nurse caring for the elderly in their home. Margaret opened the Welcome Care Home in 1993.
"At all times at the core of the philosophy of the home has been a holistic approach; an attitude of caring for an individual rather than treating an illness."
Cynthia has been a dedicated carer with the Welcome home since its establishment over 20 years ago. Cynthia continues to provide quality care at the home.
"I pride myself on providing the best care possible. I believe that a freindship built on mutual respect is key to ensuring a happy living and work environment."
Welcome Care Home Ltd
26 - 28 Fordel Road
Tel: 020 8697 5024
Rose, with over 20 years’ experience as a registered nurse, joined the home in 2011. She has excellent social skills which complement her knowledge and experience in health care matters. She is one of two team leaders who deputise on behalf of the manager.
"The service users care plan is vital to a happy and successful stay at the Home. Users, friends, family and carers are encouraged to be a part of the plan which is then reviewed and updated to reflect any changing needs. I aim to ensure that the objectives for health, personal and social care are carried out."