Care Right Now is a Community Interest Company limited by guarantee
Company Number: 7587531
Our current Directors are:
Steve Turner – Managing Director
David Beadle – Director
Mavis Turner – Director
…we currently have 2 Director vacancies
We also have a Company Steering Group which normally meets quarterly.
Jayne has been extensive experience of working with and for people who have experienced harm. Jayne co-founded The Zito Trust in 1992 which successfully campaigned for legislative changes for the support for secondary victims of crime and mentally disordered offenders. Jayne received recognition for her work in mental health at a national level when she was awarded an OBE in 2001. In 2007 Portsmouth University awarded Jayne an Honorary Doctorate. Her work has extended to the coordination and management of victim and witness support in national public inquiries and rail disasters. She is qualified art therapist and counsellor and is currently working with victims of rape and sexual abuse. Jayne currently sits on the Strategic Board for Victim Commissioning for the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner and the MOJ Learning Group for Victims Commissioning.
Isabella Quigley Moriarty
MSC offers a unique, comprehensive and unbiased view of ageing as an adventure inviting transformation and increasing levels of self-care and self-trust. There are substantial numbers of women in their forties, fifties and sixties who suffer from physical and psychological aspects of the menopausal years. 70% of women find themselves challenged and misunderstood.
How a woman goes through the most intense three to ten year part of the passage affects her health and life for the rest of her life.
With the stress of needing to work longer it’s important that women empower themselves with skills to discern the best choices for them amongst all the choices available and put themselves in the centre of their lives and see themselves as their inspiration.
MSC recognises the needs of women in the workplace and their employers.
With self-care skills and knowledge the challenging symptoms can be diminished leading to greater effectiveness at work and an overall reduction of sickness absence – allowing the women to be at their best at work and make the most of the opportunities inherent in ‘getting older and wiser’.
MSC develops and delivers learning programmes for unemployed women, women suffering with disabilities, employed women and self-employed women in both the public and private sector. We offer accredited and also non-accredited one day intensive programmes for women to gain self-care skills and understand the map and territory of ageing.
Elaine Broadbridge BSc (Hons) MRPharmS is a pharmacist with management experience in community and hospital pharmacy, pharmacy procurement, contract negotiations and compliance. Also an Associate Lecturer with the University of Plymouth, specialising in pharmacology, and lecturing to non-medical and supplementary prescribers, paramedics and other allied healthcare professionals.
Elaine and Steve deliver continuing professional development for prescribers and medicines education for patients as part of a condition management project.
Sam is a specialist teacher and mental health service user who teaches on our highly acclaimed shared decision making – bringing adherence to life workshops. These sessions help explain ‘adherence’ to medicines and treatments and what ‘shared decision making’ means, by relating this to practice through group work and providing an opportunity to discuss this with a user of mental health services.
Produced by: Steve Turner