SeniorlinkEldercare Promotes Kelly Maudsley, 21, to Administration Managers post

Rossendale based telecare provider SeniorlinkEldercare LLP, is this week able to announce the appointment of Kelly Maudsley, 21, to the position of Administration Manager. Kelly joined SeniorlinkEldercare two years ago when she was aged only 19 and her progress within the firm has, according to director Frank Hibberd been “swift and sure”.

“Kelly joined us in early 2004” said Frank “as a control centre operator where she was providing front line telecare services to our clients, calling them up, checking on their health and responding to their needs, both routine and emergency. She was quick to accept responsibility and after a year I recommended her for promotion to team leader and then after a further year and a short period of standby she was appointed administration manager where she takes direct control of up to seven staff on a shift basis.’

Kelly Maudsley, who comes from Rochdale, Greater Manchester, said “I am really pleased to be working with SeniorlinkEldercare, I really like helping people and it is the sort of firm that doesn’t tie you down if you are prepared to accept responsibility, which I am, then SeniorlinkEldercare will give you that responsibility.’

SeniorlinkEldercare, a limited liability partnership owned half by not for profit charity Help the Aged and half by local firm Eldercare, is a major player in the now emergent telecare services industry and, using the latest telecommunications technology, provides in-home care and response to those less able to look after themselves through either age, illness or trauma.

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