Stacey came into Moderncare at a young age, to help her dad as our companies accountant intending to peruse her career in her chosen field .
The more the company grew, the more help was needed with day to day running. Although unintended, Stacey became more and more involved – and stumbled across her passion in care, leading to where she is now as our registered manager.
With Stacey’s drive and continuous hard work Moderncare has over tripled in size, and is continuing to grow and achieve great things.
Emily was studying music at Bangor university - with the aim of continuing with her career as a harpist after completing her degree. Emily worked part time as a carer and decided after university to change her career path and pursue with a career that she loved within the health care sector. After working as a carer for 2 years she started taking on responsibilities such as oncall, rotas, and general office duties. Emily joined Moderncare as she shares our passion, views and believes in the ethos of the company.Emily is our Office Manager and very closely with Stacey. Emily oversees the day running of Moderncare's office and oversees our supervisors within the field.
Melanie has worked in care for over 20 years and has worked in many roles within the care sector.
Melanie started out as a carer, undertaking many roles which broadened her knowledge leading to her current role as a HR officer.
Melanie manages recruitment and retention, supervisions and appraisals.
Melanie is also our medicines competency assessor and is our go to with any Medicines queries.
Jan is our longest standing member of staff – completing over 20 years of service (with many more to come).
Jan has over 35 year experience within the care industry, and is very passionate about her role and the duties she carries out.
Jan has undertaken many roles within Moderncare, carer, senior, supervisor and now undertaking the role of our On call Manager.
Jan is very caring, approachable and supportive to all staff at Moderncare.
Nia started her career in care working part time in a Nursing home while in University. After college, while starting off training to work for the University of Wales, in 2003 Nia had a part time job as a carer in a Domiciliary care firm, and discovered her passion for care in the community. Soon Nia committed to working full time in the Care sector, and throughout her career became a Senior Carer, then Coordinator. After the firm that she worked for was taken over by a National chain in 2008 Nia started to become involved in the training side, and qualified as a NVQ A1 Assessor and completed qualifications to teach adults. Nia spent the next few years delivering training in Port Talbot and Neath, Newport and Bristol. In July in the 2020 Pandemic Nia had been a stay at home mum for over two years, but came back to join the wonderful team at Modern Care.
Natasha has always wanted to pursue a career within the care sector, completing her health and social and access to nursing in college.
Natasha started as a carer at the age of 20, became a supervisor at the age of 22 and after a few years started taking on more office duties.
Natasha is now our full time care co-ordinator, managing carer rosters and covering.
Natasha is very enthusiastic, and keen to keep a happy work force.
Debbie has worked in care for most of her career, working in different settings such as learning difficulties, mental health, secure units and domiciliary care. Debbie started as a carer and has undertaken many roles between then and her position with Moderncare as a monitoring officer.
Debbie is field support for all care staff and clients, and resolves any issues we have out in the field.
Together we have over 80 years experience in care. We are all committed to making a difference - improving the quality of lives for the people we provide care for.
Our ethos is simple - we provide person centred care, enabling our clients to stay as independent as possible, for as ling as possible in the comfort of their own homes.