Sharon qualified as a registered general nurse at St. Mary’s School of Nursing in 1986 before going on to attain a diploma in counselling from Northbrook College in 1993.
She is now a qualified nutritional therapist, having studied in the Institute for Optimum Nutrition between 2012 and 2016. Sharon focuses on identifying nutritional imbalances and support clients to manage these to improve health and wellbeing.
He trained at Pannell Kerr Forster before taking his first commercial role at Regus, the international serviced office provider. Revenues grew from £35m to over £400m during Greg’s time at Regus and he was a key member of the team that led the successful IPO.
Greg joined Chanctonbury Healthcare in March 2017.
Manager - Oaklands Court
Karen is a highly qualified nurse, having worked in both hospital and care home settings for three decades.
Manager - Alfriston
Sharon qualified as a registered nurse at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield in 1986 after gaining her orthopaedic nursing certificate in 1983. She additionally gainer her ENB 901 in Diabetic Nursing in 1988.
She then went on to work as the area manager of the Allied Medicare Nursing Agency before returning to Ersham House as Deputy Matron. Having worked in two other homes as Matron, she returned as registered manager of Ersham House for 13 years.
Manager - Queensmead
She initially joined the company as a graduate management trainee before progressing to the role of Associate Manager and in May 2017 became the Development Manager.
In October 2018, Rebecca completed a PGCert in Leadership and Management (Healthcare), and will subsequently attain a masters degree.
Additionally, Jane is a member of the institute of learning and has an advanced diploma as a dementia advanced trainer, as well as being a dementia friend.
Jane joined the team in August 2017 as training manager. Jane runs the Chanctonbury Academy, an in-house training academy designed to ensure every member of staff is knowledgeable and inspired to deliver excellent care to every resident in our homes.