ACASA is a family run company which has been established in the local community since 1986. Both Lawrence and Diane Alexander have over 30 years of experience in providing care and support for the elderly person with physical, mental and/or dementia needs and remain passionate about providing the best possible outcomes for our clients. Our established and reputable service aims to enable individuals to remain at home; return home from hospital; and prevent future admissions to hospital. With independence, dignity and well-being our priority.
Lawrence Alexander RMN
Qualified as a RMN, Lawrence has varied experience in all aspects of mental health, working with the elderly and specialising in the acute services. He gained experience in Broadmoor and worked in the hospital wing of a prison, gaining much knowledge and insight into addiction problems. He has a counselling qualification and teaching certificate.
Diane Alexander BA RMN RGN
Diane trained at The London Hospital before moving to Basingstoke for her mental health training and qualification. Once qualified she worked in all areas of mental health, specialising in the acute services and managing an alcohol/addiction unit. Diane also has a Diploma in Facilitator’s Styles, a Teaching certificate and an Honour’s Degree in Further Education.
A note from Diane Alexander:
“Lawrence and myself are trained nurses. We strive to ensure that the care we provide, whether in the home or elsewhere, is the same care you would receive from your own family. We are joined in the business by our sons Sven, Oliver and Adam, plus a management team that has been with the business for many years. When we established the business, it was very much about our own personal values. Today it is still about those values. I am thrilled that my family and our loyal and excellent management team are here to help make it happen. Thirty years have flown by since we first gained our nursing qualification and we could not have envisaged where we are today. However, we are rewarded every day and feel that our organisation is in good shape to provide our essential services to the wider community.”