21. Northamptonshire

Jayanthi Antony

Registered Manager & Registered Nurse

Jayanthi has been working as a dedicated Registered Nurse for 25 years. For 11 years she has been working as the Registered Care Home Manager at The Julie Richardson Nursing Home in Oxfordshire. Jayanthi has led the nursing home to be rated Outstanding in 4 out of 5 domains by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Jayanthi is truly passionate about delivering high quality and clinically effective care. Jayanthi has accomplished this through attaining a Master of Science in Dementia Studies at Stirling University, and now she is currently undertaking a Doctorate in Dementia at Stirling University. Jayanthi has also achieved a Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care. As well as a Level 3 Award in Leadership and Management through QULOX.

For the course of the 11 years Jayanthi has been recognised as a noteworthy leader in the health care setting being honoured to receive the Company Award of ‘Outstanding Dementia Care’ as well as, the ‘Outstanding Contributions to The Company’ Award.

Jayanthi has always excelled in her work, ensuring to go above and beyond to meet the needs of others. Jayanthi has conducted and led several charities to raise money and awareness for the needy. Jayanthi’s contributions, work ethic and determination has been recognised, as Jayanthi was the only female award runner up in the whole of the UK for the T. Haridas Social Worker Award, arranged by the UK Indian Malayali Association.

Jayanthi has also resulted to remarkable changes in her local town park. She raised the people’s concerns, informing the local MP regarding the difficulties of toileting facilities, as well as the lack of wheelchair access, and the importance to introduce a Café for people with dementia as well as the elderly to enjoy. The local council has now built a hall with wheelchair access and toilet facilities.

Importantly Jayanthi has a continuous strive to empower individuals to achieve their aspirations. Recently, Jayanthi has been proud to have opened the first Dementia Café in Banbury for the people in the community. She holds the position of Chief Co-Ordinator. The Dementia Café runs on a weekly basis, every Wednesday, educating the wider public on dementia.

Yvonne Higgins

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