Vulnerable Client Services Executive, Tracey May, has been involved with The Chaseley Trust for a number of years and for the last four has been a Trustee and Chair to the Trust.
Over the past 75 years Chaseley's services have developed greatly, leading it to become a unique charity nursing home that provides specialised nursing care and rehabilitation for adults with severe physical disabilities. Residents have high, complex care needs that consist of a wide range of neurological disabilities, including spinal injury, acquired and traumatic brain injury, stroke rehabilitation and degenerative neurological conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone and Parkinson's disease.
This year, the charity is celebrating 75 years of supporting people with a £395k fundraising appeal to modernise, update and refresh the home that sits atop South Cliff overlooking Eastbourne seafront.
As Tracey retires from the Board of Trustees at the end of this month she said that she was delighted that as part of this month's staff reward scheme she could nominate Chaseley to receive £500 from the firm which will will go towards the plans to upgrade facilities at the home.
Tracey May being presented to Princess Alexandra Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy when she visited Chaseley in May 2018.
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