Wayne Price

Managing Director

Wayne has worked in health & social care for 15 years. He has worked as a residential care worker up to a registered manager, a regional manager and has undertaken the role of RI and Operations director previously. Wayne holds qualifications in strategic management & leadership,  leadership & management, counselling skills, children & young people and various sports & coaching qualifications. 

Wayne is passionate about leadership, development and organisational culture. Wayne believes that if as a whole we all work  towards the same vision with consistent values, we will be able to provide an outstanding working environment which if nurtured correctly will enable each child to be cared for and feel like they have the positive relationships to grow, develop and achieve in their lives. 

Laura Kudarenko

Regional Manager

Laura qualified with a BA honours in social science in Dublin in 2008 and worked for a year before she moved to the UK in 2010 after spending some time traveling the world.

Laura was excited by the valued and ethos of Dimensions care and came on board alongside Wayne to start a company with a difference. 

Laura loves to spend time with families and friends, traveling and socialising as well as going to theme parks. As a manager she works on a person centred model as she believes when people feel valued and cared for, they enjoy their role, when people love what they do they are happier and happier staff mean happier children and better role models. Laura has worked her way from Register manager to senior and is now the Regional manager for Dimensions.

Shanice Jackson

Home Manager

Shanice qualified at University in 2014 with BA Honors in Working with Children, Young People and Families with Applied Psychology. Since 2014 Shanice has been working within residential childcare starting out as a care practitioner. From 2014- 2018 Shanice progressed within the roles of senior practitioner, deputy manager and achieved registered manager status in 2018. Shanice has completed her level 3 residential childcare diploma, level 2 team leading and level 5 leadership and management in residential childcare qualifications; Shanice has also completed various training courses in relevant topics.

Shanice has completed both level 1 and level 2 DDP and wishes to continue to develop within this model which Dimensions Care focuses their ethos on. Shanice believes that this model of care is significant to improving the lives of children and is dedicated to going above and beyond to support the individual needs of each child in our care. 

Kate Johnson

Home Manager

Kate has worked within the residential childcare setting since 2017, starting as a care practitioner and working up to management. Kate has her Level 3 Residential Childcare diploma and Level 2 in Children’s mental health diploma. Kate is currently working towards her Level 5 Leadership & Management and also holds other certificates relating to working with children including DDP Level 1.

Kate has been with Dimensions Care prior to the opening of our first home, working on her development to be a member of the management team. Kate has a strong passion for working with children and making a difference in their lives, and believes Dimensions Care’s vision and values are embedded in to everything we do and is evident in the progress or young people are making.


Care Practitioner

“I chose to work for Dimensions Care because straight away I felt a warmth and friendly vibe. I loved the values of the company and the aim to support all the young people that cross our paths as much as we can. Being part of The Nest home has had it’s challenges but our young people are amazing and it’s great to see how far these young people have come since coming to us.

Dimensions care have a therapeutic approach and believe that it’s important to make our houses as homely as possible, giving our young people parental figures that can provide safe, comforting and a supportive environment. Our young people are at the core of everything we do and we as a team and company are always looking to improve to continue to thrive in being the best team we can be for our young people.”


Care Practitioner

A yoga loving foodie, Music and dance is my life” Carly is a key worker for one of our young people and although new to children’s residential care last year Carly has progressed significantly and always promotes an open honest and reflective culture.


Care Practitioner

Working at dimensions care has given me a greater work life balance, everyday is so different and I am getting to challenge myself, learning new hobbies such as fishing and really enjoying spending time with the kids. The family environment is warm and there is always laughter and fun to be had.


Care Practitioner

I began working with Dimensions Care in June 2021. Straight away I was made to feel at ease and welcomed in by the management team. With this being my first time working in residential care, I had some anxiety, however Laura and Wayne were always there to help and answer any questions.

It’s been really awarding being part of a brand-new care team and building a home for the young people we care for.  In such a short amount of time, I believe we have a built an amazing team and each one of us have different strengths which benefit and learn from.