It is with great pleasure that we may introduce you to Ryan Pask, Registered Care Manager for Radfield Home Care Ilkley, Skipton and Otley. Ryan is responsible for the day-to-day running of the office in line with CQC regulations and also for ensuring that the service is safe, caring, responsive, effective and well-led. Ryan is the key point of contact for Care Professionals, clients and their families and promotes individuals’ well being at all times. But less from us, here are some words from Ryan.
“I joined the care industry back in 2020 as a support worker at the start of the pandemic having been made redundant from my role as a chef. I was eager to work in a fulfilling role where I could give back and make a difference and so I joined a home care company as a support worker. From the word go I knew that the role was going to be a job for life. I was eager to learn more and moved into a care coordinator position. This allowed me to broaden my knowledge of the home care industry and gain experience in a managerial capacity.”
“I have worked as a support worker, care coordinator, senior care coordinator and in my previous role, managed a new home care branch starting from ground zero. Having had the opportunity to start a new branch, providing the initial care myself I understand the importance of building good relationships, ensuring the service is personal to each client no matter how big the service grows. Having worked as a support worker working my way up, I understand the challenges faced by carers and the huge importance of the role they play within the service.”
“I am currently completing my BA degree in health and social care part-time alongside my role as a registered manager. “
“I strongly believe that everyone should be given the opportunity to remain at home and receive quality care which allows them to thrive and enjoy life surrounded by family and friends. For me, this role is not just a job but a lifestyle.”
“I have broad experience working with a range of care needs from learning disabilities, dementia and older people to palliative and complex care. My approach to care provision is one that is flexible, caring and outcome focused. No two packages of care are the same and so the approach should reflect this.”