Marie Goodwin - Home Manager

Marie has been working in the health and social care industry for 15 years.

For the past 8 years she has been a registered manager in a variety of care settings based in the community. Marie has a wealth of experience working with different client groups and has spent the majority of her career working with young adults with profound learning difficulties and autism, specialising in supporting adults who present with behaviours deemed challenging. During the last 4 years Marie has been working in the field of acquired brain injuries and has described this as her calling in life. She has described how achieving the best possible outcomes for people living with a brain injury is her passion and something that she holds close to her heart both at a professional and on a personal level.

Marie is currently working towards achieving her level 5 in health and social care with plans to complete a brain injury diploma in the new year.

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Our home manager, Marie Goodwin, is here to help you and your family.
If you have an enquiry please contact Marie on: 0203 434 1085 .
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