Our National Learning Disability and Autism Award Finalists!
01 Jul 2016
– Karen Wells, Support Worker at Ulysses House, Birmingham, has been shortlisted for Support Worker of the Year Award, acknowledging the fantastic skills, support and commitment she provides in every area including: direct support to the individuals; mentoring and support to her colleagues and going that extra mile;
– The Treow House Team in London have been shortlisted for the Supported Living Award – recognising their commitment and dedication in supporting Individuals in the community to achieve a range of fantastic outcomes over the past 12 months;
– Glen Randall, Registered Manager of Prince Regent House, London, has been shortlisted for the Great Autism Practice Award for her exceptional knowledge, skill and commitment in supporting individuals with autism spectrum disorders alongside other multiple diagnoses to become significantly more independent and integrated into the community.
– Marie Winters, Clinical Lead Nurse across Precious Homes services has been shortlisted for the Learning Disability Nurse Award for her expertise and dedication in effective behavioural and therapeutic approaches with individuals that we support. Marie’s hard work and team ethic has resulted in a significant reduction in behaviour that may be described as challenging across Precious Homes services.
– and last but not least Greg Lapham, Precious Homes’ Chief Operating Officer, has been shortlisted for the Prestigious Outstanding Achievement Award – recognising his commitment and drive to develop person centred models of support across the care sector.
The awards take place on 14th July at the ICC, Birmingham – good luck to everyone! We will keep you posted via our website, facebook and twitter so watch this space.