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Dignity in care awards 2019

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Quotations from the nominations

"My mum Jo has spent her career dedicated to improving the standard of care for older people. Her dream was to offer a more personalised service to older people where she could make them feel valued and assist them to maintain their independence."
"Fiona joined us as Tim’s PA and since then she has gone beyond her remit providing invaluable support to Tim both mentally and physically. She has helped the family restore some of Tim’s confidence in the outside world."
"It is a great satisfaction to sit with Tim in the evenings and listen to his day’s activities- you know when they are good as he says “I’ve had a fab day!”"
"We soon recognised that she had natural leadership and communication skills, demonstrated by Rebecca engaging and supporting residents and families. She was than promoted to a senior care assistant in December 2018 at the age of 20, in recognition of her natural ability to support people and lead the care team."
"If all carers were Rebecca’s the world would be a better place."
"Diane constantly goes over and above her job role in supporting people and their families following a diagnosis of dementia. She is positive, professional and supportive spending a great deal of time just listening to sufferers and their families; treating them as individuals and very conscious that the impact of this terrible illness impacts on individuals and families in different ways and that the help and support offered has to be tailored to their needs."

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