Continued Care triumphs in top industry awards
There's been cause for celebration at Continued Care this week after our staff were named winners in the
Yorkshire and Humber regional finals of the Great British Care Awards.
Eight members of our team had been shortlisted, and all of them attended the awards presentation evening on Saturday, November 17, at the National Railway Museum in York.
We were delighted to hear care service
manager Tanya Lowe announced as the winner of the Front Line Leader Award, with care assessor
Iona Novak named the winner of the Care Assessor/Care Planner Award. They are now set
to join the other regional winners at the UK finals in March next year.
The other Yorkshire and Humber
finalists from Continued Care were care assistant Any Scott, shortlisted in the
Care Home Worker Award, and Sue McGowan, Lorand Szucs, Maria Gibson, Sarah
Dalby and Krisztina Bajusz from the company’s induction team, who were
shortlisted in the Care Team Award.
Continued Care’s director
Samantha Harrison, who attended the event with the finalists, said: “The awards evening was a fantastic celebration of the
outstanding work carried out by people working across the care sector, and we
were absolutely thrilled to pick up two awards. We are so proud of all our
staff for their hard work, commitment and excellence, and Tanya and Iona were
well-deserved winners of their categories.”
The Great British Care Awards
celebrate excellence and pay tribute to the outstanding contribution of
everyone working in all areas of social care across England, from frontline
staff to managers. The awards are based on nominations, with many of the
Continued Care finalists put forward by families of people they work with. All
the candidates were then interviewed by a panel of judges.