A care home in Hull, Yorkshire that specialises in the provision of dementia care has announced the appointment of a new manager.

With a strong background in health and social care, Joycelyn Tsekpo brings a wealth of experience to Wilton Lodge, having worked extensively in both the NHS and the social care sector for over 15 years.

During her career, Joycelyn has progressed through various positions, including senior care assistant and deputy manager. Most recently, Joycelyn was the manager of Alderson House Care Home in Bridlington. With her extensive experience and expertise, Joycelyn complements the existing care team at Wilton Lodge and provision of high quality, person-centred care

Terry Peel, CEO of HICA Group, which owns and manages Wilton Lodge, said: “We are thrilled to have Joycelyn join us as the new manager at Wilton Lodge.

“Her extensive background in the social care sector, combined with her passion for making a difference in people’s lives, makes her an invaluable addition to our team.

“With her leadership, we are confident that Wilton Lodge will continue to thrive and provide exceptional care to our residents.”

Based in the heart of Hull, Wilton Lodge is a 48 bed care home providing specialist residential care services for older people and those living with dementia.

Joycelyn Tsekpo, who has lived in Hull for 20 years, said: “I chose to come to Wilton Lodge because of the genuine passion shown by the team and the organisation as a whole.

“HICA Group’s commitment to valuing people over profit aligns with my own beliefs, and I am eager to contribute to an organisation that strives to make a real difference in people’s lives.

“The diverse career opportunities within HICA, along with the benefits for both employees and residents, were also appealing.

“It’s not just a job here; it feels like working with family, and I am proud to be part of such a dedicated and talented team.”