Loughborough, Charnwood & Melton Mowbray

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Kalie Sturgess

Kalie Sturgess

Care Coordinator

We would like to introduce you to Kalie Sturgess, care coordinator for Radfield Home Care Loughborough, Charnwood & Melton Mowbray. Kalie is a very experienced care professional, as she explains:

“I have 5 years worth of experience in domiciliary care, 2 years management experience, and have had previous roles as a senior carer, field care supervisor and care coordinator. I have also specialised in palliative care and clinical domiciliary care. I have undertaken a similar role within my previous employment and have gained many skills and experience which has prepared me for my role at Radfield. My 5 years plus experience within the industry gives me an advantage as I have an insight into the industry and how to ensure it runs well.”

Kalie has a detailed range of training accomplishments covering important topics such as: health and social care, learning difficulties, PEG care, business management, Diabetes care, specialist end of life care, challenging behaviours care, ICT and admin support.

The importance of excellence in care is something that resonates personally, as Kalie describes:

“The terrible care my Grandad received within a care home inspired me to do better and want to change my own narrative on care services and ensure I work hard to make a difference to people’s lives and provide individuals with the right support and care and care professionals with the right company support to ensure they love their jobs and know how to correctly care for people.

I feel my role gives clients a touch point for contacting the office and sharing any concerns or communication they may have and this benefits them by having a friendly face who does go and support with their care but also their admin and office enquiries. I have had positive feedback from clients and they enjoy me visiting them and sharing my experiences.”