Marian Taggart - Administrator
Marian’s position at Baillieston Community Care is as Administrator a role she thoroughly enjoys, she has held this position since summer 2014 and will be your first point of contact either by telephone or in person.
Marian has almost 40 year’s admin experience and has worked in various industries including construction, civil engineering and retail.
Stacey Patrick - Finance Officer
Stacey’s position is to provide a professional and responsible service to home care service users by effectively co-ordinating shifts and matching work to skilled staff, in addition to supporting the Home Care team and the Chief Executive in running an effective and efficient home care service.
Stacey joined Baillieston Community Care in July 2012 as a Home Support Worker and in October 2015 was promoted to Team Leader. Stacey has completed her SVQ 2 & 3 in Health & Social Care, and In March 2016 was promoted to her current role as Care Co-ordinator.
Lorraine Kenny - Senior Care Coordinator
Lorraine’s job is to provide a professional and responsible service to home care service users by effectively co-ordinating shifts and matching work to skilled staff, in addition to supporting the Home Care team and Operations Manager in running an effective and efficient service.
Lorraine joined Baillieston Community Care in January 2008 as a Home Support Worker and in January 2010 she was promoted to Team Leader and completed her SVQ 2 in Health & Social Care and in 2011 she completed her SVQ 3 in Health & Social Care. Lorraine has also completed a specialised course in Dementia training which is City & Guilds accredited with Stirling University and in 2013 Lorraine was promoted to her current role, Care Co-ordinator.
Frances McArthur - Compliance Officer
Frances is one of three Day Care Officers based at Bealach House Day Centre which is a service for adults aged 65 and over who have been diagnosed with mild to moderate dementia.
She is keyworker to a number of service users and is responsible for compiling their care plans, reviews, progress reports and life stories. To assist her in doing this she works closely with the service user’s families and liaises with other agencies. Frances supports clients through various activities and outings, encouraging them to remain as independent as they possibly can. She is also responsible for Fire Safety Documentation, facilitating the Client Committee and is relief minibus driver at Bealach House.
Frances began her career with Baillieston Community Care in February 2006 after employing them to care for her late husband who had dementia, firstly as a Home Support Worker then joined the team at Bealach House in December of that year. She has a passion for dementia which shows in her work ethic. Since then she has gained SVQ level 3 in Health and Social Care, HNC module in dementia, Best Practice in Dementia, from Stirling University, which is City and Guilds accredited and is also one of two Dementia Facilitators for the company also gained at Stirling University. She is also Midas trained for driving the mini bus.
Jade Brown - Care Supervisor
My name is Jade Brown and I have worked for Baillieston Community Care since 2005. I started as a Home Support Worker and progressed through various roles before being promoted to Care Supervisor in 2021.
I have gained my SVQ 2 & 3 in Health and Social Care. I also have completed a course for Best Practice in Dementia Care with Stirling University, and most recently I have completed a 2 day Mental Health First Aid course. I lead Team Riverside, where I support staff and service users in the areas that I oversee.
Bernadette Devlin - Care Supervisor
My name is Bernadette Devlin. I have worked for Baillieston Community Care since 2013, where I started as a Home Support Worker. I then became Team Leader and progressed through various roles before being promoted to Care Supervisor in 2021.
I gained my SVQ 3 at Baillieston Community Care and most recently I have completed a 2 day Mental Health First Aid Course through. I have many years’ experience in offering support to my colleagues, service users and their families.
Catherine Main - Care Supervisor
My name is Catherine Main and I have been working with Baillieston Community Care since 2009. I initially started with the organisation as a Home Support Worker, then Team Leader and now most recently I am one of the Care Supervisors.
I have complete my level 2 & 3 SVQ in Health and Social Care and most recently I have complete a Metal Health First Aid Course. I have many years’ experience in offering support to my colleagues, service users and their families. I am looking forward to meeting our new service users and staff within my team!
Connor McFarlane - Communications & Engagement Officer
My name is Connor McFarlane and I am the Communications and Engagement Officer here at Baillieston Community Care. I joined the organisation in early September 2021 and I have loved every second of it!
My duties as Communications and Engagement Officer include taking charge of the organisations social media channels and creating fresh daily content, working on the organisations newsletters, marketing, advertising, event planning and many other things. I have worked with computers most of my life and I have previously studied Computing with Digital Media which has allowed me to apply my experience here at Baillieston Community Care.
My job role is a very exciting opportunity and I am very grateful to be given the chance to fulfil these duties.
Our Mission Statement:
We provide a bespoke service enabling you to live well at home.
Our Vision Statement:
To be your first choice of care provider in Scotland.
Parkhead School House, 135 Westmuir Street,
Parkhead, Glasgow, G31 5EX.
0141 771 6478
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Sat & Sun: 8am - 4pm
Out of Hours:
Our out of hours service operates outwith the hours above. Out of these hours we have a dedicated 24/7 on call service which is automatically directed to the on call Manager via our main office number.