The Culverdale team consists of six full- and part-time support workers. These are highly trained and between them also have many years of experience.
The staff work closely with residents, their families and professionals to ensure that residents' needs are met during this time and that residents are supported in moving towards the greatest possible independence.
For residents who are moving on, either into Bethel Court or out into the wider community, staff also provide an eight-week programme of support. This is entirely optional, so residents can choose whether they take advantage of this or not, and it's completely free.
The team is led by supported accommodation manager Ginny Swaffer and her deputy manager, John Starkey.
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