Three outstanding members of staff have been promoted to become Care Supervisors at Caer Gwent, Guild Care’s luxury care home set in a quiet residential area of Worthing. The promotions recognise the depth of experience at Caer Gwent in caring with kindness, coupled with unwavering enthusiasm and respect for each person under their care. 

Renata Kroutil-Lamude, Michelle West, and Jamsheela Kakkadan are taking up their new roles and responsibilities with immediate effect.

Residents at Caer Gwent are invited to enjoy the superb residential living with 24-hour nursing care and support for individuals with complex health conditions. The home was opened in 1988 by the Earl of March and features a beautifully landscaped garden, a piano bar and an elegant, well-stocked library.

Along with a busy schedule of optional activities, Guild Care provides the right level of care for wherever residents are on their journey. They have a team of highly trained carers and 24.7 nursing teams committed to delivering high quality, person-centred care, with compassion, skill and expertise.

Jemma and Michelle at Caer Gwent

Renata Kroutil-Lamude came to England on holiday 23 years ago and made it her home. She joined Guild Care’s team on night shifts in 2019 before becoming a day care assistant and has now been promoted to supervise care teams.

Renata said, “It’s such a great team to be part of here at Caer Gwent. Everyone works together and supports each other. It means there’s a very positive & cheerful attitude throughout the home which residents also enjoy. I’m naturally a caring person and I enjoy the different relationships I have with every resident. They are all individuals, and we get to know people – and we laugh a lot together!”

Guild Care ensures all staff are professionally trained to build their skills and abilities, with an ongoing training programme that includes hands on sessions as well as e-learning.

Michelle West has also been promoted to the role of Care Supervisor at Caer Gwent, where she’s worked for more than two years. Michelle became a carer straight from school, a role she loved. She took time out to bring up her family before approaching Caer Gwent on the recommendation of friends who already worked at Guild Care.

“Being a carer is what I always wanted to do, I’ve never wanted to do anything else,” said Michelle. “It’s such a rewarding job. When you go home, you know you’ve made someone’s day, you’ve really made a difference.

“We know everyone’s preferred routines and how they like things done. All the residents get to know us and we respect that this is very much their home. I love being here for people, and there’s always something to do.”

Renata and John at Caer Gwent

Both Michelle and Renata are both excited to take on their new challenges and progress at Caer Gwent. They will be responsible for checking all the care procedures are adhered to and making sure care is completed and documented to the highest standards.

“It’s like family,” said Michelle, “we’re all about what’s important in life and supporting each other.”

Renata added, “It’s always the little things that are the most important.”

For your private appointment to visit Caer Gwent and experience first-hand the luxury lifestyle with dedicated care and 24/7 nursing support, call Guild Care on 01903 327327 or email [email protected] or for more information, visit Caer Gwent | Guild Care.

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