In November Avery Healthcare continued its 2017 awards successes, with yet another stunning result of two wins and a finalist, at The National Care Awards. The National Care Awards are the longest established annual awards celebrating the very best people in the long-term care sector, highlighting excellence and rewarding those who work tirelessly to provide consistently outstanding care.
Jason Mottram from Avery’s Hanford Court Care Home in Stoke-on-Trent, was delighted to be awarded with the prestigious 2017 National Care Home Award for Housekeeping, a fabulous recognition of his attitude, skills and knowledge. Jason uses his personal skills along with his clear understanding of Personal Centred Care, Respect and Dignity to established excellent relationships with the residents and ensure that they enjoy five-star hospitality.
Avery’s Regional Well-being & Activity Coordinator, Claire Harne, won the coveted title of National Care Awards Activities Coordinator for 2017. She was judged to be highly skilled in building innovative and inspiring well-being and activity programmes that are based on the residents’ individual interests. Claire also went the extra mile offering residents the opportunity to learn something new such as Drum Therapy, Creative Arts, Flower-Arranging, Garden Craft, or joining a Choir.
Not only were Avery thrilled to scoop up two awards, they were proud to have Phil Meyer recognised as a finalist in the Care Chef category, an excellent achievement from the Head Chef at Avery’s Kingsmere Care Home in Wimbledon. Jason, Claire and Phil, join Avery’s ever-growing list of award-winning staff.