Tony Piercy, CEO
Tony has more than 30 years’ social care experience in a range of settings. And he would like to think that he has had a positive impact on the lives of the people he has worked with during that time.
He believes that everybody deserves the opportunity to live their life to the full, and it is Frontier’s job to help them do so – however big the challenge.
Tony is very proud of Frontier – from the brilliant in-house behavioural team to all the wonderful people being supported.
He likes to spend his spare time with his wife, Nicky, a Community Occupational Therapist, and his son and daughter. He also enjoys badminton and cycling with his friends. In terms of relaxation, Tony can often be found at his allotment – sitting in his deck chair watching the weeds grow as fast as the vegetables!
Lee Elkin, Director of practice
The Behavioural Team ensures high standards of client care at all times. It is their responsibility to encourage good practice and ensure that others do the same. As a team we are always mindful of dignity, privacy and the cultural and religious needs of the people we support , staff and visitors. We ensure that all care – both physical and psychological – is assessed, planned, prioritised and of the best possible quality. As Behavioural Team Leader I am also responsible for ensuring that clinical practice across Frontier Support is centred around the person we’re supporting and evidence-based, in accordance CQC and company standards.