Capulet Care provides central support and resource to its homes. The Capulet Care offices reside at Perton Manor where its central training offices are too.
Meet the team
Juliet Briggs – Owner
Mrs. Juliet Briggs has been a Registered Manager for Woodford House in 2001. She is an RGN who holds a Bsc (Hons) Health Studies, Diploma in Management studies and the Registered Managers Award. She became a Registered Nurse in 1987 and graduated to management before becoming a Registered Manager.
Juliet also owns Woodford House nursing home in Trysull, South Staffordshire.
Juliet founded Capulet Care to provide a central brand and support operation for her homes. In Capulet Care she has formed a central management team to provide that support.
Ryan McDonagh – Clinical Services Manager
Following a career in soccer coaching with Wolverhampton Wanderers after leaving school, Ryan decided care is where he would like to be and started as a carer in 2010.
Ryan transferred to Perton Manor when it opened in 2013 as Care Manager and was central to the successful recruitment and training of new staff.
Ryan has progressed well and come up through the ranks to his current position of leading the care teams across all homes.
Because of his natural coaching and mentoring abilities, his experience in caring for those with serious mental illnesses and his skills at seeing things from a higher level, Ryan progressed well through the ranks and in 2016 became Clinical Services Manager across all homes.
In this role Ryan works across Perton Manor and Woodford House to work with and support the homes’ managers and staff to find ways to improve the quality of the care being delivered.
During this time Ryan has completed Diploma level 3 in Health and Social care and more recently his Level 5 Leadership and Management.
Richard Hodgkisson – Nurse Manager
Richard was employed by Juliet at Woodford House in 2012 as a Care Practitioner. Prior to this he studied business at college. His initial interest in the care sector was sparked by having friends in the industry.
His clear love for the industry and the difference he makes has helped Richard progress within the company. He moved over to Perton Manor in May 2013 as a part of a core team to help Juliet create the new home. Over the last 3 years he has progressed from Care Practitioner and worked his way up through the various roles, to Nurse Manager.
During this time Richard has completed Diploma Level 2, 3 and become Perton Manor’s Dementia Manager. He is currently undergoing Level 5 leadership and management.
Caron Rogers – Wellbeing Manager
Caron first position with Capulet Care was as a carer at Woodford House. She progressed to Activities Coordinator, and then to Well Being Lead and during that time achieved Level 3 in Health and Social Care and later her Level 5.
In October 2015 Caron joined the central Capulet team as Wellbeing Manager for both homes.
Caron is currently studying for a MSc in Dementia Studies at Stirling University and is passionate about increasing the well-being of our clients through the delivery of client-specific activities.
“At Capulet Care, we help every client live as normal a life as possible and to try and continue to do the things they used to do if they’re able. The core of our well-being ethos is to improve their lives and manage their challenges through stimulation and engagement and to reduce as far as possible any medication they may be taking.”
Jayne Tilt – Training Manager
Jayne is an experienced training and development manager and is relatively new to the health and social care sector, joining Perton Manor in 2015.
She delivers all in-house training, the comprehensive 5-day induction programme for new starters and our Relatives Awareness Programme. She has a wealth of training experience having worked in many areas of business prior to joining our organisation.
Jayne has a passion for developing people, for sharing talent and knowledge, and setting the highest standards for all staff across our homes.
“Outstanding care is delivered effortlessly by our teams through staff knowledge, the right attitude, and continuous personal development”