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Rebecca McBride

Rebecca is a first level Registered Nurse who trained at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth in 1989-92. Rebecca has experience in coronary care, medicine and Accident and Emergency Nursing. She graduated with her NVQ Level 5 Registered Manager award in 2005.


In July 2009, she graduated from the University of Portsmouth in BSc (Hons) with a 2:1 Degree in Emergency Care Practice which has greatly enhanced the care of the service users of Langdale. Rebecca is responsible for the care and welfare of our service users and the staff compliment. She monitors care standards, staff performance and promotes lifelong learning throughout the team.

Registered Manager and Partner

Bethney Kelly

Bethney qualified in 1978, with two City and Guilds and a National Diploma of Professional Cookery. She also has a certificate in Advance Food Hygiene. she has recently had training covering the Nutritional Needs in Older People and special diets.

​She completed an NVQ in Business Administration to aid her role as general office support. She has great interest in the social aspects of the residents’ care and has implemented and overseen a busy social program for 2017.

Domestic & Catering Manager and Partner

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Registered Nurses

Registered Nurses are those nurses who have undergone three-year training to Registered Nurse standard and are registered with- The Nursing and Midwifery Council. Registered Nurses are on duty over the 24-hour period and their responsibility is to plan, implement & oversee the health care of our residents with the resident at the centre of their care plans.


They are responsible for the administration of all medication, wound management, peg feeds, catheter and stoma care, and all procedures requiring a skilled nurse. The Registered Nurse refer and liaise with outside health professionals and act as an advocate for the residents under their care. They are skilled in the challenges of end of life care and promote dignity and compassion.


Associate Nurses/ Healthcare Support Workers

Associate Nurses & Healthcare Support Workers at Langdale are divided into teams; each staff member will usually work in the same team- to promote continuity of care. Care staff attend to your personal care, serve meals and facilitate how you wish to spend your day. All staff have regular supervision and appraisal & ideas and information are cascaded to the team with regular meetings.

You will get to know the carers in your area well and they are usually the first people you tell any of your problems or concerns. They in turn get to know you, and are often the first to alert the Registered Nurse of any changes in your health or well-being. ​

Activities Team


We have a dedicated activities team who are a support to the residents in all social aspects of their lives. They are motivated to provide activities tailored to residents’ strengths and weaknesses. They provide an interesting daily programme of activities which maybe one-one, group work or trips out into the community. The activities therapists are formally trained to provide experiences which are meaningful and fulfilling.


Catering Staff

The Langdale Kitchens are the “hub” of Langdale and are served by three Cooks, together with Kitchen Assistants who are all overseen by Bethney Kelly. They provide home cooked meals and cater for specialist diets, i.e. diabetic, reducing, gluten free, etc. The staff will be advised on admission of your dietary preferences and updated if these change by the care staff.

Domestic Staff

Our domestic staff are a vital part of Langdale. They are available daily to clean your room and the communal areas.   They are often your first point of call over any small maintenance problems concerned with your room and they in turn will alert our maintenance team.

Maintenance Team

The maintained team keep Langdale fit for purpose and ensure that we comply with all Health & Safety requirements.


We have a running programme of education for all our staff in order to maintain their skills. To enable them do their work we are consistently training our staff in the newest and most advance ways of treating and caring for our client group. All  staff  have, or are training for the qualification of CQF 2, 3 or 5.

Mandatory training includes:


  • First Aid

  • Safeguarding

  • Infection Control

  • Food Hygiene

  • Fire Training

  • Manual Handling

  • Tissue Viability

  • Nutrition

  • Clinical Competencies

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