Norfolk Care Awards 2015
Extra Hands of Heacham are delighted to announce that for the second year running we have won an award at the prestigious 'Norfolk Care Awards'. The awards are held to demonstrate a wealth of dedication, inspiration and innovation in the care sector and this year were held at Sprowston Manor and hosted by Radio 4's Libby Purves. Among those who attended were North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb, care minister; David Prior, chairman of the Care Quality Commission; Martin Green, CEO of Care England; Dennis Bacon, chairman of Norfolk Independent Care; Harold Bodmer, director of community services at Norfolk County Council; Michael Scott, CEO of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and Andrea Sutcliffe, chief inspector of adult social care, Care Quality Commission.
We are incredibly proud to have won the award for 'Promoting Dignity and Respect in Everyday Life. In addition to this we were highly commended in the 'Motivational Leader' category. Hazel and David Evans, owners and directors of Extra Hands said: "Dignity and Respect has always been a passion in our heart and in everything we do. We are very proud of all the staff that work at Extra Hands, especially the care staff who promote dignity and respect every day in the workplace. As a company we are always striving to raise the status of home care to show the world that social care is a wonderful profession to be in"
The requirement for the award was to show that all staff were aware of the importance of dignity and respect and actively engage in promoting these principles in every area of the work they do.
We are currently recruiting for new members to join our award winning team, if you are interested and wish to find out more about working in this very fulfilling role as a Social Carer with Extra Hands, then please either call us on 01485 570611 or apply online.