Penrose Care’s especial commitment to training highlighted in today’s Jewish Chronicle

Belsize Village, London, 28 June 2013:
Penrose Care is proud to have been highlighted in an article about the training of home care staff in today’s issue of the Jewish Chronicle. The article is titled “What makes a perfect carer?” by Elisa Cowen on page CN6 in the Care & Nursing Supplement in the June 28, 2013 issue of the Jewish Chronicle. “… training is a high-priority at agencies such as Penrose Care” according to the article.

“We are incredibly pleased to see recognition for our top-of-the-range home care support worker training programme by a prominent news outlet such as the Jewish Chronicle,” says Penrose Care’s managing director, Robert Stephenson-Padron. “When Dr. Matthew Knight and I founded Penrose Care in the summer of 2012, a focal point within our goal of raising the standards for home care was improving training standards in social care. We are proud to have commenced turning this goal into reality but our work is not done – we continue to explore further ways to improve the way home care support workers are inducted, trained, and pursue continuing professional development.”

Cowen, Elisa, “What makes a perfect carer” (Jewish Chronicle, 28 June 2013), page CN6 of the Care & Nursing supplement.
Robert Stephenson-Padron
Managing DirectorPenrose Care
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About Penrose Care
Penrose Care was established in 2012 in response to what its founders perceived as a need to fundamentally reform the home care industry in the UK. The vision of Penrose Care is simple – we aspire to deliver an excellent and professional home care service to our clients combined with compassion, so that all those that we care for feel just that – cared for. We believe that if we are to fulfill our mission of providing “home care with a human touch”, then we have to employ the best care professionals in the industry. We feel that we have just that team, and have built this up by focusing heavily on looking after our staff so that we can be confident in the superior quality of our home care services. Penrose Care is headquartered in Belsize Village, north London and was founded by Robert Stephenson-Padron, a healthcare research analyst, and Dr. Matthew Knight, a hospital physician.
Penrose Care Ltd is registered and therefore licensed to provide services by the Care Quality Commission (Provider ID: 1-502152385). For more information, please visit

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