Rusticus Key Staff
Maggie Griffiths is Home Manager
Maggie has worked in care for 25 years, starting her career as a care assistant. Over the years, Maggie has continued working and developing her career in elderly care becoming a deputy manager followed by a home manager in a residential care home. During this time, Maggie completed her NVQ Level 5 in Social Care Management.
Maggie then spent 18 months as a registered manager of a nursing home in Mansfield, working very closely with staff teams, residents and families to achieve positive recognition with the regulators. Maggie brings a broad variety of experience and success to her role with Church Farm Care; in providing an uncompromising approach to achieving high standards of care in the fields of dementia care, general nursing and end of life nursing care.
Maggie’s spare time is spent with her three children and new grandson, making sure she doesn’t miss every opportunity to make enjoyable memories for them all to share.
John Adams is Deputy Manager
John is a registered nurse with extensive experience supporting people along their journey with Dementia.
John started his career in Mental Health: Health Care of the Elderly and worked in this field for several years. Progressing to work on General Assessment and Stroke Assessment wards before transferring his skills and experience to management roles within care environments.
John has been a key member of the Church Farm Care nursing team for 5 years. During this time John has developed his knowledge and experience in specialist dementia care. He completed the yearlong training course with Dementia Care Matters around the Butterfly Approach which Church Farm Care base the care ethos on.
When not at work, John enjoys time with family and taking his dog for long walks. He is a Marvel and DC superhero fan and avid collector of memorabilia. He has enjoyed visiting the Marvel Live Arena and Batman Live Arena tours.
Wynne Williams is Clinical Lead
Wynne is a registered nurse who has worked in Church Farm Care’s homes for twenty-five years. Wynne is passionate about truly delivering person centred dementia care. She has vast knowledge and experience in this area and recognises that it is not only about delivering excellent care, but it’s about how to find the best moments with people living and working at Church Farm. Wynne believes in making connections with people, including families and visiting professionals, always ensuring they receive the best support possible.
Wynne has completed a one-year diploma level course in person centred dementia care, “An Emotional Journey” with Dementia Care Matters which enforced her belief that people living with dementia can experience quality of life living in a care home.
Wynne is involved in the FinCH research study with the University of Nottingham, which evaluates the Guide to Action Care Home fall prevention programme in care homes for older people.