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Key Statement

CFS Care is an innovative provider offering extensive support, accommodation and interventions tailored to meet the needs of vulnerable children and young people.

We deliver a range of exemplary services that encompass Supported Accommodation for young people, Quality and Compliance Services for local authorities and regulated providers of services to children, Fostering, Assessment and Intervention, as well as Respite and Family Support.


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Meet The Team

Lianne Daniels

Lianne Daniel

– Managing Director

Leading the company and ensuring all employees buy into the company vision. This needs the ability to work with the Board to set the strategic vision and then manage the communications strategy with all internal and external stakeholders.

This also requires the MD to demonstrate exemplary personal values and leadership skills that allow them to role model the behaviours and attitudes they would expect to see from their teams.

Rob Finney

Rob Finney

– Agency Decision Maker

Rob’s role within CFS is twofold. Firstly he acts as an advisor for the board in relation to operations, strategy and social care compliance. His second role is that of Agency Decision Maker for the fostering service.

This gives him the task of deciding on the ‘suitability to foster’ of applicants to CFS’ service and the ongoing suitably of our carers.

Emma Buxton

Emma Buxton

– HR Business Partner

Work with CFS Care key stakeholders to assist in the growth and development of the organisation.

To provide a commercially focused, generalist HR support to CFS Care consistent with the company values, namely resource planning and execution, performance management, learning and development, employee relations, organisational development and change.

To provide a HR strategy that is in line with CFS Care organisational strategy to assist in the success of organisational growth.


Sian Hodson

– Service Manager

To ensure that the accommodation and staff operate in full accordance with all statutory, regulatory and standards requirements.

To ensure that young people have their needs met, their welfare promoted at all times and that they are safeguarded from harm, abuse, neglect and exploitation; 

Viktoria Horvath

Viktoria Horvath

– Locality Manager

To ensure that the accommodation and staff operate in full accordance with all statutory, regulatory and standards requirements.

To ensure that young people have their needs met, their welfare promoted at all times and that they are safeguarded from harm, abuse, neglect and exploitation.

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Ellena Sivier

– Referrals Manager

To coordinate the referral and admissions processes to drive up occupancy into CFS Care service lines across Supported Accommodation, fostering services. 

This field-based role has customer facing as a significant part of the role. Aim is to build deep rooted partnerships with Local Authorities/other purchasers to identify their needs and provide business information to position our services to meet such needs. 


Daryl Holkham

– Director of Operational Corporate Governance.

Daryl works closely with the Managing Director to ensure that CFS maintains the highest standards in everything they do. His role involves policy and procedure development, as well as quality and assurance processes.

Daryl is the Responsible Individual for our Fostering Services and Data Protection Officer for CFS Care


Camilla Yeboah

– Supervising Social Worker

The role of the supervising social worker is to assist the foster carer in their task of providing care to a child in care which will improve the child’s wellbeing and life chances by promoting the individual outcomes for children. The supervising social worker should be ensuring that they observe the children in the placement.

The supervising social worker will ensure the foster carer has access to adequate social work and other professional support, information and advice, to enable the foster carer to provide consistent, high quality care for a child or young person placed in their home.

The supervising social worker’s relationship with the foster carer should be based within professional boundaries with a clear understanding that the primary responsibility is to the child in placement. It is good practice to agree the type of support and frequency with the Foster Carer.