Glittering ceremony to celebrate 2016 Shropshire Care Awards.

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Michelle Monnes-Thomas of FBC Manby Bowdler presents the award to Allcare Shropshire.
Michelle Monnes-Thomas of FBC Manby Bowdler presents the award to Allcare Shropshire.

The cream of Shropshire’s care profession has been recognised at a glittering ceremony to celebrate the 2016 Shropshire Care Awards.

 

Ten winners of categories including employee of the year, team of the year and learner of the year were announced at the event at the Park Inn, Telford, attended by more than 140 people.

 

The Care Awards is organised by Shropshire Partners in Care (SPIC), a not for profit organisation that represents more than 200 independent nursing, residential and domiciliary care companies.

 

SPIC Award winners
SPIC Award winners

Its aim is to reward care workers and providers who are providing an exceptional level of care and proactively working to improve care in the industry.

 

Nicky Jacques, Chief Officer of Shropshire Partners in Care said: “It was a fantastic evening and a delight to recognise the commitment of so many people and organisations working in the care sector.

 

“The industry can often get a bad press but this was a heartwarming event that proved so many people are dedicated to providing an excellent standard of care each and every day for the elderly and most vulnerable people in our communities. Everyone who was nominated, and the winners, should be justifiably proud of themselves.”

 

The guest speaker at the event was sporting champion Kelda Woods. Kelda is currently ranked GB number 2 in the Women’s K1 200m KL3 and is aiming for selection in the Paracanoe team for Rio 2016.

 

2016 Care Awards results:

 

Employee of the Year

Winner – Lynn Oakley, Home Instead Senior Care, Shropshire

Runners up:

Margaret Wall, Supreme Homecare, Shropshire

Victor Quimpo, Adelphi Care Services (Roseville House, Wem)

 

Learner of the Year

Winner – Eric Piala, Adelphi Care Services, Shropshire

Runners up:

Caroline Tarbuck, Home Instead Senior Care, Shropshire

Jess Lane, Sambrook House Residential Care Home, Newport

 

 

Promoting Care as a Positive Career

Winner – Sue Robson, Supreme Homecare, Shropshire

Runners up:

Ceri Eades, Bluebird Care, Shropshire

Jennifer Williams, Morris Care, Shropshire

 

Registered Manager Award

Winner – Gill Burroughs, Sambrook House Residential Care Home, Newport

Runners up:

Lydia Tyanase, Wellington Court, Wellington (Morris Care)

Michelle Evans, Merrington Grange, near Shrewsbury (Adelphi Care Services)

 

Team Award

Winner – Care Team for Mr L, Supreme Homecare, Shropshire

Runners up:

Deansfield, Telford

Sambrook House Residential Care Home, Newport

 

Health & Wellbeing Award

Winner – Sambrook House Residential Care Home, Newport

Runner up:

Churchill House, Ludlow

 

Healthy Eating Award

Winner – Sambrook House Residential Care Home, Newport

Runners up:

Churchill House, Ludlow

Hotel Services Team, Morris Care, Shropshire

 

Supporting/engaging with your local community

Winner – Allcare Shropshire

Runners up:

Sambrook House Residential Care Home, Newport

Supreme Homecare, Shropshire

 

Supporting timely hospital discharge

Winner – The Sandford Nursing Home, Church Stretton

Runner up:

Landona House, Wem

 

Supporting End of Life Care

Winner – Churchill House, Ludlow

Runners up:

Sambrook House Residential Care Home, Newport

Sovereign Domiciliary Care Services, Tenbury Wells

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