Well trained, skilled and caring staff

With a background in General Practice, the NHS, and the wider Health and Social Care sector, Genhawk is a company of dedicated healthcare professionals passionate about everything neurodivergent.

Our staff are diverse in age, experiences, education and interests, providing our service users with the best possible opportunity to build bonds and connections with the people they will be spending time with.

Hand-picked to deliver on our commitments staff are encouraged to build on their skills and abilities. Encouraged to learn and grow as healthcare professionals everyone follows a learning path of mandatory training, including the Care Certificate, Understanding Autism Level 2, and Challenging Behaviour. For those eager to develop further everyone is encouraged to learn and develop their skills to grow in their role.  

Trish - Registered Manager

Trish - Registered Manager

Having worked with Genhawk Ltd since 2004, Trish’s dedication and commitment to the business continues as she oversees the leadership and strategic management across both homes.

 Harry – Registered Manager

Harry – Registered Manager

Harry joins forces with Trish Patrickson, sharing responsibilities of Registered Manager. This role is designed to maximise the strengths and experiences of Harry creating a dynamic leadership duo.

Rhonda – Operations Manager

Rhonda – Operations Manager

Rhonda has been part of the Genhawk Ltd team since 2010. Starting as a support worker and now operations she ensures the homes operate to a high standard of care and safety.

Keeley – Genhawk Ltd Administrator

Keeley – Genhawk Ltd Administrator

Keeley has the important role of providing financial, secretarial and administrative support to the Registered Manager, the Management Team and Directors of Genhawk Ltd.

Kirsty – Development & Wellbeing Mentor

Kirsty – Development & Wellbeing Mentor

From coordinating staff training schedules to managing service user wellbeing, Kirsty takes a person-centred approach to support wellbeing and training across both homes.