Wright Care At Home Provide a domicillary care service, bespoke to meet our customers needs

Wright Care at Home was founded in January 2016, and we are proud to say we are a family business. We believe this sets us aside from other providers and keeps us focused on the importance of our roles. We believe in quality over quantity and by doing so we maintain a small focused, dedicated and loyal team that pass this onto the people we provide a service to.

Samantha Wright the registered care manager and care director has a history of working from a carer up to management level over a variety of different care settings. For the last five years she saw a growing demand for people needing support in the local area and also how important this is. ” We all have to grow older, and why shouldn’t this be in the comfort of our homes. We all deserve to be surrounded by our memories and those we love.” With this in mind she set up Wright Care at Home to do just this. She believed in giving something to others but wanted to follow her philosophy of what good care looks like.

Our mission is and always will be to ‘promote independent living’ We believe in giving people the support and opportunity to carry out their daily routines as they always have whilst maintaining safety in their own home. Our goal is to always ensure we provide our customers with dignity, respect and maintain their wishes. Every individual is different and we will always ensure our services are bespoke to meet those needs.

Meet The Team

‘Wright Care at Home’ believes in finding the right people for our customers. When recruiting our care workers and management we follow a thorough process to ensure we can provide our customers with the best support.

All our employees are trained and regularly monitored to ensure the safety of our customers. We carry out weekly checks to ensure you get the best possible service.

We ensure all our care support workers arrive to you on time and meet your needs. We value the importance of all our customers and ensure that we also value our team. Keeping this balance means we are efficient and always able to ensure you can rely on us.

Timing and efficiency is so important for our customers, we are aware your needs are in our hands and strive on ensuring we never fail to do so. We really do put compassion at the heart of everything we do, this includes our team.

Wright Care at Home is so incredibly proud of their team and so that’s why we like to shout out about them.

  • Claire Farrer
    Claire Farrer Care Worker
  • Ellie Sanders
    Ellie Sanders
  • Mr LJ – Resident Mascot dog
    Mr LJ – Resident Mascot dog Shredder and therapy dog for the team

    My name is ‘Mr LJ’ im a rescue Dog and i already had this name.

    So im unsure of the silly name but i respond well to it so Mummy was unable to change it.

    Im now 11 years old but have been supporting the many care workers with cuddles and licks since 2016.

    Often if Mummy is on holiday the care team look after me.

    I love coming to work with the team as it means i get lots of attention and often like to give out free cuddles when the team get 5 minutes from their busy days. Its known that pets create positive happy moods.

    I think i do an excellent job at this.

    I like to attend the charity events and support everyone from the sidelines.

  • Sam Davies
    Sam Davies Care Worker

    I stumbled into care almost 7 years ago now and I haven’t looked back since. Allowing people to grow older within their own homes safely and comfortably with their family is one of the greatest feelings.

    I gained a wealth of knowledge whilst working in a complex care setting previous to Wright Care at Home and gained various qualifications including my Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care.

    I left that setting to go onto maternity leave and spend valuable time with my little boy. When the time came to return to work I needed to find something that could fit around our new family life. I had seen and heard so much about Wright Care at Home and they sounded like the perfect company to join.

    After enquiring and attending an interview they were very understanding and flexible with my hours allowing me to return to a job I  love doing but still being able to maintain a balance of family life too.

    Wright Care at Home really do care and that is why I chose to be a part of the Wright Care family. I’m proud to work for such a passionate company who keep our customers at the heart of everything we do.

  • Heather Wright
    Heather Wright Bank Care Worker

    When my daughter Samantha set ‘Wright Care at Home’ up with the help and support from her late father ‘Simon Wright’ I couldn’t have been more proud as she had worked so hard for her dream.

    When I moved back from Suffolk and found I had a few hours in the evening spare she suggested I  might enjoy a bit of bank work to help when needed in the community. I wasn’t quite sure I could still do it as i hadn’t delivered care since my late teens. How wrong I was i love it.  The customers were and are lovely and it’s nice to hear about their lives and families and to cook suppers for them that they enjoy and look forward to. I know i make a difference.

    Wright Care at Home is a person centered company that goes above and beyond and I am delighted to be part of this family team and would highly recommend to those who may be retired but have a few hours to spare to come join this team.

    You won,t be disappointed.

  • Melanie Clipston
    Melanie Clipston Administrator and Event Coordinator

    My name is Melanie, I support Margie with administration for Wright Care at Home.

    My real passion and responsibility is to coordinate the monthly charity events. This keeps the team morale high and is great to keep our team whoa re often lone workers together.

    I joined Wright Care at Home in August 2018 and love being part of the family. I feel I’ve found my tribe.

    I am a mum to 3 children and have lived in Stamford for most of my life.

     

  • Gillian McDonald
    Gillian McDonald Care Worker
  • Kayleigh Steward
    Kayleigh Steward Care Worker

    I have been working in care for just over 2 years and have thoroughly enjoyed it. I love the feeling I get from helping give back to the community by providing support and listening to people’s worries, concerns or just for a chat.

    Before I discovered being a Carer I served 6 1/2 years in the Royal Navy travelling the world and seeing many different cultures. I think this has helped make the person I am today.

    I took some time out when I had my Son and left the Navy and have followed my Husband about as he currently serves in the RAF. We have moved about quiet a lot and I have worked with several different care companies as a result, but Wright Care at Home is by far the best company that I have worked for, and the other carers are a fantastic bunch to work alongside. I hope to work towards my NVQ level 3 within the company and continue to make a difference in the community.

  • Tina Harvey
    Tina Harvey Care Coordinator

    I started working in care 7 years ago. I didn’t know if it would be ‘for me’ but I’ve never looked back.

    Starting out in domiciliary care I moved onto working as a HCA for the NHS and from there for Patient Transport Ambulance Services where I progressed to team leader.

    I had seen and knew of ‘Wright Care at Home’ and in March 2018 decided to make the move back to domiciliary care to be able to provide a service I could be proud of.

    I have since become the Care Coordinator and wow, what can I say, I’ve never been happier and love working in a company with such a great ethos and true family feel.

  • Samantha Wright
    Samantha Wright Company Director and Registered Manager

    I’ve worked in Health and Social Care for the last thirteen years, in a variety of settings gaining a wealth of experience. I started as a care support worker delivering home care and then worked my way through the ranks of management to where I am now.

    I have a background in customer service. I was a manager of a retail store in Stamford before moving to find a more rewarding career in Health and Social Care.

    After working in a variety of care settings  I had always had a passion and determination to set my very own care company up providing a wide range of services within my home town.

    First hand knowing what good practice is I have always strived on delivering the best customer service. In 2016 I achieved a personal dream and I am fully committed to ensuring ‘Wright Care at Home’ provides a high standard of care, continuity and service to all our customers. Not only that but ensuring I have the best team to make sure this happens.’

    Wright Care at Home is a small family run business. It was set up in January 2016 by my late father Simon Wright and myself. Unfortunately 2 years into our journey we lost Simon our co founder in a accident. After personally witnessing what person centered care should look like i strive on to keep his ethos alive within the company.

    He would be proud of how far we have come today.

    My role is to support my management team and ensure they have all the tools and passion to continue delivering a great service and also to keep the compassion at the heart of all they do.

    Since the birth of my twin Daughters i support the drive of the business forward with new innovative ideas and ensure standards are maintained. This is my dream and im excited for what the future holds for all of us.

  • Margie Wright
    Margie Wright Nominated Individual, Administrator and Company Director

    Margie has supported the set up of Wright Care at Home with her wealth of experience in administration, and her excellent organisation skills. She is a truly valuable asset to the team ensuring we offer a hassle free easy set up from assessment of customer needs through to commencement of care provision. Not only does Margie support us with the administration of service provision but she supports all our employees with there ongoing roles.

  • Simon Wright April 1960 – June 2018
    Simon Wright April 1960 – June 2018 Our Co Founder. Gone but not forgotten

    Sadly since we first made our website live in 2016 when we opened ‘Wright Care at Home’ we lost Simon.

    Simon was and will continue to be a proud and key part of this business.

    In 2015 his Daughter ‘Samantha’ came to him with her plan to do something that would support the community.

    She had worked in care for many years and felt there was something personal missing from care being offered in the community.

    Simon couldn’t agree more and its there where their journey began to set up ‘Wright Care at Home.’

    His ethos was to create a local small care company offering home care but with a family feel that was personal and kept compassion at the hearts of their customers and their team.

    Simon sadly passed in June 2018 2.5years into the ‘Wright Care at Home’ journey. He was a stonemason and it’s his company of which ‘Wright Care at Home’ trades under Stonewright Ltd. Owning his business for almost 20 years he bought valid experience behind the scenes.

    Gone but not forgotten he is an integral part of the company. His legacy and ethos is kept alive everyday and he is spoken of everyday within the team.

    Family is important and at ‘Wright Care at Home’ that’s what we create.

    It’s now the work of the remaining Directors ‘Margie and Samantha Wright’ to ensure this continues.

     

     

  • Sarah Palmer
    Sarah Palmer Care Manager
    “I have worked in Health & Social care for the last 6 years within various sectors gaining valuable experience and knowledge.
    I decided to start working as a domiciliary carer after supporting a family member who had a terminal illness. This opened my eyes to the vast amount of support and care that people can need at certain times in their life & how much I wanted to help with that.
    I have a huge passion to deliver the best quality care & treat people with the dignity and respect that they deserve in the time in their life that they most need it.
    I am passionate about what Wright Care at Home stands for and strive to be part of a great team delivering a high standard in care.”
  • Racheal Bulmer
    Racheal Bulmer Care Worker

    As a busy mum of Four I am so happy to be working for Wright Care at Home. I feel I am a very caring person and I have throughly enjoyed getting back to work. Care is very close to my heart as I had to watch my nan in a care home and I only wished she could have been at home. I love seeing the customers faces when you go that extra mile to make a difference. What a great team I work with they have been so supportive and I am really looking forward to gaining further experience and qualifications with them.

  • Kerry Pick
    Kerry Pick Care Worker

    I work in  home care because I want to help vulnerable people to be able to stay in there own homes around their loved ones. I love meeting all our different customers as they all have so many different personalities. I love working for wright care at home because I believe they are the best care company about !!!

  • Alison Pullen
    Alison Pullen Care Worker
    I have worked in care since I left school along with studying for my Btec national diploma in care. I always knew I wanted to work in care from a young age. I give thanks to my Grandad, being a Dr in the RAF, since then I’ve seen the bad care people have received, especially with family members. I really wanted to show people care can be better than this.
    So I value myself highly on listening to customers and improving people’s lives within their own homes. It’s the little things that count.
    9 years ago I stopped caring due to the birth of my son, I took up pharmacy work. I thoroughly enjoyed this, though it did not give me the same job satisfaction, my heart is with domiciliary care.
    I thoroughly enjoy working at Wright Care at home, it’s a fantastic team with true person centered care at heart. Being a part of a team that helps to increase a customers confidence is the reason why I love my job. It’s truly inspirational and gives me a real zest for my career at Wright Care.
    I am currently studying to improve my skills in care and further my knowledge in helping others live their lives to the fullest potential. I love every minute of it.
  • Tania Dixon
    Tania Dixon Care Ambassador

    I have been a carer for almost six years now and joining Wright Care at Home is the best move I’ve ever made.

    Their ethos, compassion, support and dedication shines through.

    I have always been content to stay in this position but when I was given the opportunity to carry these attributes to new recruits and existing team colleagues to become an ambassador for the Company how could I turn it down.

    I love giving all my knowledge and experience to others, to watch them grow and flourish with such an outstanding Company. The close team work are what makes us unique and long may it continue.

  • Nicola Vickovic
    Nicola Vickovic Care Ambassador

    I’ve worked for Wright Care at Home from the beginning. I always remember my ‘Mum’ telling me there is no point in doing a job if you don’t enjoy it. 

    I can honestly say the work i do does not feel like a job, i absolutely love every minute.

    In the two years i have worked for ‘Wright Care at Home’ i have achieved so many qualifications. All evidenced with a certificate. I love certificates! but my proudest moment and achievement is my recently awarded level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care.

    We are not just a team here, but a family. I was so overwhelmed when i was approached from my Manager encouraging me to apply for a ambassador senior role. I feel honored to be in this role, i sat through a grueling interview and then my Manager Sammy at the end said i already knew you would fit the role.

    I have utter determination, respect, trust for everyone in my team, for all i do and most of all my customers who i provide care to.

    I am so proud of my career here and would never look back.