Danshell Group shortlisted for various awards across the care sector

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Danshell Group is celebrating national recognition for a number of its staff and services, which have been acknowledged for outstanding support for people with learning disabilities and autism.

Amy Childs

Colleagues from across the country have been shortlisted at the Nursing Times Awards, Laing Buisson Awards and the National Care Awards.

 

This follows on from the company’s success at the Autism Professionals Awards earlier in the year.

Jo Crook

Mel Ramsey, Chief Executive of Danshell Group, said:  “I am thrilled that so many of the team at Danshell have been shortlisted for awards.  

 

“It is an honour to have so many people officially recognised for the standards of care they provide to the people we support.

 

“The entire team are passionate about making a difference to people’s lives, providing excellent care and helping the people we support to live life to the full.”

 

The team members shortlisted and services are:

 

Nursing Times Awards 2017

 

Amy Childs – Midlands Consultant Nurse – Nurse Leader Award

Lorna Featherstone – Willow House (Edgbaston) Service Manager – Rising Star Award

Wast Hills, Kings Norton, Birmingham – Team of the Year Award

 

Laing Buisson Awards 2017

 

Beth Fields – Charge Nurse at Cedar Vale, Nottingham – Nursing Practice Award

Amy Childs – Midlands Consultant Nurse – Rising Star Award

 

National Care Awards 2017

 

Jo Crook – Hollyhurst (Darlington) Service Manager – Care Home Manager of the Year

Cate Ball – Midlands Business Support Manager – Resident Engagement Award

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