A Family Business
Tracey Green, Director, ASC Consultant and Responsible Individual
Tracey has over twenty years of experience within the sector, twelve of those years being in care management. Tracey is up to date with the current legislation and her responsibilities in this area and has 12 years of experience managing a staff team and providing the required amount of supervision, support and training that is required.
Tracey also has experience across a wide range of disabilities and the support and treatment required keeping service users safe and well. Consulting with multidisciplinary teams to best manage individual cases and working with a variety of professionals to deliver person-centred care and wellbeing packages. In the last two years Tracey has been working with children and young people in their homes and within educational placements to provide consultancy and support with behaviour management strategies and independent living skills.
Tracey is qualified to Bphil honours level in Autism and is currently undertaking a masters degree in Autism Education at Sheffield Hallam University. She also has qualifications in healthcare management and training.
Mr. Michael Green, Director responsible for finance and property
Michael has worked as a design engineer in mechanical tooling for 30 years. He has established his own business in this area which has now been operating for 17 years.
Michael does not involve himself as a Director in the Company product of health and social care provision but is involved at an equal level in all financial and operational decision making.
CCT Community Enablement Team Ltd Structure
Tracey Green, Director | Michael Green, Finance & Property Director
Janet Wynn, Registered Manager, Enablement Care
April Parker, Registered Manager, CET
Angie Mayer, Quality Assurance & Training Lead
Jayne Whileman, Administrator | Angela Taylor, Deputy Manager
Team Leader (CET) / Senior Care (EC)
Janet Wynn, Registered Manager, Enablement Care
Angie Mayer, Quality Assurance and Training Lead
My role is to enhance and strengthen the Company’s quality assurance to ensure it is well prepared to meet external regulatory inspection and requirements, using the Citation system (a purchased system of policies, quality audits and record-keeping documents designed for children and adult community-based provisions.). This Quality Management system meets the requirements of the Company’s CQC requirements.
I ensure staff are trained in all mandatory and relevant training courses to enable them to carry out their duties in a competent way as well as offering out the training to local care providers and working closely with the college to collaborate and skill share, building links with providers.
I am the lead professional for Enablement Care and have over twenty years’ experience managing a variety of services, including complex needs, Autism and Learning Disability, Positive Behaviour Support, Elderly and Dementia and Bespoke Day Care services. I am very proactive and passionate about my role.
April Parker, Registered Manager
As my role as Registered Manager, I have a duty to provide an excellent standard of care to the service users within the community. This is delivered through a well-trained staff team who work efficiently to promote excellent standards of care.
I also have a responsibility to engage with external professionals in order to maintain an excellent level of communication regarding service users and to grow the business at a steady pace to ensure our standard are maintained.
Angela Taylor, Deputy Manager
I have worked in residential care and community care for 8 years and worked my way up to a deputy manager position. I have been able to identify a need for resources and further support required in the community especially with the younger adults and children in educational placements and social care provisions that we support. I aim to deliver person-centred PHSE programs which empower those that I support, using a specialist approach. I hope to build on current resources and bridge the gap between what is available and what is needed to meet the individual needs of the people we support. I lead a team and together we hope that building life skills, confidence, empowering and developing social skills will support a life long journey of opportunities for each person.
Jayne Whileman, Administrator
Administrative responsibility is held by Jayne Whileman who is based full time at the registered office. The role of the administrator is to deal with any HR related matters, payroll & annual leave, account processing, recruitment, maintenance of stock and general office duties to ensure smooth running of the business and liaising with the Director, management, and the rest of the team to keep up to date on day to day matters.
Jayne has a keen interest in care work and is enjoying getting involved in the activities around the service to gain new skills.