Continued Care's Tanya is the best in the UK!
Our care service manager, Tanya Lowe, has been
named among the best in the UK after being announced as a winner in the national finals of the Great British
Tanya, who won the Home Care Frontline Leaders Award, was praised by judges for being “a very positive role model, professional
and caring” as well as “a leader who understands that the little
things really matter and make the difference.”
The annual Great British Care Awards recognise and reward the outstanding
contribution of people working in all areas of social care. Based on
nominations, candidates are interviewed by a panel of judges and put forward
for regional awards.The winners from all regions are then entered into the
Tanya and her Continued Care colleagues, including Iona Novak who
was a finalist in the Care Assessor Award, joined more than 1,200 guests at the
glittering ceremony in Birmingham on Friday, March 8.
Tanya said: “I’m overwhelmed to have won, it’s been quite a blur! To even
get to the national finals is amazing, and congratulations must go to Iona and all
the other finalists. It was amazing to be in a room full of people who do
fantastic work in the care sector every day, and to recognise and celebrate
everything we do.
“This award is not just for me: it’s for everyone at Continued Care as I
would not able to lead a team without the passion and dedication from all the
individuals within it.”
Continued Care’s director Samantha Harrison said: “Tanya is a very worthy
winner of the Home Care Frontline Leaders Award, and we are absolutely
delighted that her leadership skills as well as her dedication, positivity and
compassion have been rewarded. She really is a role model for others.
“We are also extremely proud of Iona for reaching the finals and, indeed,
of all our staff who work incredibly hard every day to deliver the highest
standard of care to all our service users.”
Samantha, who presented the Unpaid Carer Award on the night on behalf of
the Independent Care Group (ICG), added: “I was very proud to present this
important award that recognises the unpaid carers who prop our sector up and
are the unsung heroes.”