Amanda Sword joins Balhousie Coupar Angus as new care home manager
Balhousie Coupar Angus has appointed a new Care Home Manager, Amanda Sword.
Amanda, a resident of Blairgowrie, plans to strengthen the care home’s links with the local community, and is inviting residents and their relatives to have even more of an input on the care home’s operations.
She said: “Balhousie Coupar Angus is a lovely purpose-built home with a warm and friendly atmosphere. I am keen to involve everyone in how we continue to develop the home, and I am looking forward to working with the staff team, relatives and residents and hearing their ideas for making what is already a lovely home even better.”
Amanda joins the 41-bedroom home from her role as manager of Beech Manor care home in Blairgowrie. Originally from Dundee, Amanda worked as a nurse at Dundee Royal Infirmary and the Royal Victoria Hospital in Dundee. It was at the Royal Victoria that she developed her love for caring for old persons and for palliative care. After a move to the Cottage Hospital in Blairgowrie, she gained further experience in care for the elderly and dementia care, before joining the private care home sector in 2011.
To find out more about Balhousie Care Group visit www.balhousiecare.co.uk
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