Dan’s Legacy Will Live On

Flowers and candles

Dan was a dearly loved colleague who helped develop Bright Futures Care into the organisation that it is today. His legacy will live on in the work that we do. Particularly in our commitment to person-centred practice. No matter the seniority of his position, or the size of our organisation, Dan was steadfast in his commitment to making sure everything remained about the people we support, knowing the detail of their lives meant so much to him. 

He had been Chief Executive since June 2018 and was a huge support to colleagues, families, and the people we support. He will be remembered for his positive attitude and dedication to the role, we will miss his kindness and friendship. 

Our thoughts and prayers are with Dan’s family and friends during this difficult time. 

From Kate, Rachelle and Richard


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