Lyana has worked within the care sector for over 15 years, this work has
been consistent in working with children and young people in a variety of
settings, this work has also seen Lyana work with children with various
different backgrounds and needs.
She holds a BSc Honours Degree in Health and Social Care.
Lyana was preciously the Registered Manager of The Maples prior to becoming
Senior Manager of Beeches UK LTD and registered manager of The Beeches.

My aim is to provide the highest standard of residential childcare within a happy, healthy and homely environment.


Quin Lovis

Quin has acted as Responsible Individual since 2005.
He works alongside Denise to ensure the compliance of the home in terms of Health & Safety and Safe-Guarding issues and all matters relating to the adherence of National Minimum Standards, Childrens Home Regulations 2001.
Quin worked within the insurance industry for over 30 years and brings a wealth of knowledge and a great attention to detail.

I get a great sense of satisfaction in working with The Beeches and seeing the individuals in their care realise their full potential.


A core group of Senior Team Leaders help guide a dedicated and highly trained team of Residential Care Workers care for children and young people with learning disabilities and associated challenging behaviour.
In addition to their knowledge and experience, staff at The Beeches are selected based on their ability to support others in a team environment, ultimately leading to a high level of seamless support to all the children and young people placed in their care.

Residential Care Workers are a key component to the success and smooth running of the home.
They often work with the same child on a regular basis which allows them to understand the child’s likes and dislikes.

Some of their responsibilities include:

  • Planning of their time with the children – arranging appropriate activities
  • Ensuring the child’s physical and emotional needs are met
  • Promoting themselves as positive role models
  • Helping children establish constructive relationships with others
  • Positive re-enforcement promoting high self-esteem
  • Enabling choice and independence


We believe in the continual development and support of all staff members and have personal development plans in place.
Staff training consists of the following:

  • In-house 6 week induction programme
  • Core Health & Safety Training
  • Learning disability / autism awareness courses
  • Proact-SCIPrUK – positive behaviour support training as well as the Children’s Workforce Development Councils induction workbook
  • Child Safe-Guarding
  • Communication with children with learning difficulties
  • Diploma Level 3 Working with Children in Residential Care
  • Diploma 5 Leadership and Management


The staff at The Beeches work as a team and bi-weekly team meetings are routinely carried out in order to discuss the progress of all the children in our care.
Each child has a team of Key Workers whose responsibility is to the individual as set out in the National Care Standards guidelines.
Staff members are given the opportunity to express any issues as and when they arise, in addition to the weekly team meetings.