Roger Indge - Chair, Board of Trustees
Roger has been supporting the adult social care sector in Cornwall with learning and development for over 20 years. As former head of Cornwall Council's Social Care Learning and Development team he supported care providers to form the original Cornwall Adult Social Care forum and went on to register it as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation in November 2013. Now retired, Roger dedicates a lot of his time to his role as Chair and is a particular advocate for family carers and the voluntary sector.
Lynn Toman - Trustee and Treasurer
Lynn is a senior manager within a provider organisation which supports people with learning disabilities to live in their own home. She started her career as a support worker and someone saw her potential and encouraged her to undertake nurse training. She is passionate about the people she supports and the staff who offer good support to enable those individuals to be as independent as possible.Lynn believes workforce development is key to support individuals home and is high on this agenda. Lynn was the winner of the Excellence in Leadership Award in the Care and Support Awards 2016. She joined the CAHSC Board in 2017 and was appointed Treasurer in October 2017.
Tish Berriman - Trustee
Tish is the owner and Registered Manager of a domiciliary care service in the Camborne area. Tish has extensive knowledge and experience of providing adult social care services in Cornwall and is committed to the continual development of her staff and the improvement of her services. She has been supporting CAHSC since its inception.
Chris Goode - Trustee
Chris is our latest recruit to the Board of Trustees. He currently works as a senior care worker, Team Leader and Learning and Development Lead for a service provider supporting individuals with learning disabilities in the Redruth area. He is passionate about involving the people he supports with all aspects of the development and improvement of care and support services in Cornwall. Chris is also a champion of I Care Ambassadors and Proud to Care South West. He is becoming a bit of a movie star in support of both of these initiatives so we are hoping we get to keep him a bit longer before the calls come in from Hollywood!