Eden Futures appoints new midlands regional operations director
Eden Futures, a high-quality provider of supported living services for adults with learning disabilities, challenging behaviour, mental ill health and autism, has appointed Lindsey Myers as its new regional operations director for the Midlands.
With more than 20 years of experience in the social and health care sectors, Lindsey has held senior roles within a range of national organisations across the UK.
In her role at Eden Futures, Lindsey will be working to ensure the delivery of local services with a national standard, collaborating with the company’s operations team across its services in the Midlands across Shropshire, Coventry and Warwickshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. The region has seen rising demand for learning disability supported living placements, with this trend expected to continue.
Commenting on her appointment, Lindsey said: “I’m very happy to have joined Eden Futures’ team at a time when the care sector is getting the attention it deserves. I was drawn to the company’s collaborative approach with the senior leadership team involved in all levels of the decision-making. I’m passionate about people’s right to live as citizens in the community and it is clear that Eden Futures whole-heartedly supports this people-first approach.”
CEO of Eden Futures, Dawn Berry, added: “I’m delighted to welcome Lindsey to our team and I’m confident she’ll be a great asset to the company.
“Lindsey has a wide range of experiences in the sector which will support Eden Futures as we continue to expand in the Midlands and will help us to continue to offer the highest level of supported living services.”
The Eden Futures team, which is 1200-strong, provides care and support to more than 650 people with Learning Disabilities, Autism and mental ill health, ensuring they’re able to live independently in the community while occupying shared houses, sole apartments and specialist bungalows.