Care2Connect, the West Sussex homecare provider, has announced that three of its care team have been shortlisted for the Great British Care Awards. As a result of the nominations Julie Storey, Care Manager, Leanne Luxford, Care Worker and Lily Martin, Care Co-Ordinator have been invited to the regional finals which take place in Brighton next month.
Julie Storey has been shortlisted for the Home Care Registered Manager Award. This award recognises those individuals who demonstrate a high level of expertise together with exceptional skills in managing the complex business of running a care agency, whilst developing person-centred care and supporting staff to meet the ever changing needs of clients.
Lily Martin has been shortlisted for the Home Care Coordinator award which recognises the knowledge and skill needed to co-ordinate a care team in an effective and efficient way, motivating and supporting staff whilst ensuring the clients remains at the heart of the service.
Leanne Luxford has been shortlisted for the Home Care Worker Award which acknowledges the significant role of those who consistently provide a high quality standard of care for people living in their own homes.
The Great British Care Awards are a series of regional awards celebrating excellence across the care sector. The awards promote best practice within home care and care homes and recognise those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their own field of work.
Colin Young, Chairman of Care2Connect, comments: “We are delighted that three of our team have been shortlisted for these important awards. Home care is a growing need across West Sussex and the UK, and ensuring that the elderly or infirm can continue to live in their homes for as long as they want to is an important issue. We pride ourselves on promoting excellence across the care sector and it is encouraging that three of our personable, calm and professional team have been recognised in this year’s awards.”
The awards will be presented at a Gala Dinner in Brighton on 9th November.