Key Staff at Church Farm Cotgrave
Jack Titterton is the Home Manager
Jack qualified as a nurse in 2012 and started his career in hospital; firstly working in medical and surgical settings and later in intensive care. Jack made the move to care homes a few years later and his first post was as deputy manager at a nursing home, which he thoroughly enjoyed. After two years in the role of deputy manager, Jack was promoted to home manager.
Jack joined Church Farm Care in July 2019 as Home Manager in Cotgrave. Jack describes his role and the focus of the home, supporting people living with dementia to experience quality of life every day as privilege. Jack likes to see people’s smiles every day and he works hard with the staff team to appreciate each person and their individual personality and life history.
Jack feels that the relationships built in a care home are like no other; ‘it is not just a job, it is so much more. You have the time to really get to know residents, families and all the staff. It becomes like a second family. This is what I enjoy and this is why I work in the setting I do.’
Outside of Jack’s Church Farm family he has a young family of his own with four children who keep him very busy.