2017 Awards Ceremony

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Saturday 14th October 2017

Congratulations to all of the winners in 2017!

 

Outstanding Contribution to Health & Social Care - Beeches Team St Monica Trust

Management

Care Home Reg Mgr- Wendy Leaman - St Monica Trust

Home Care Reg Mgr - Stacey Ibiks-Ibikundi - Manor Community

Sptd Living Manager - Donna McGauly - Dimensions

 

 

Front Line

Care Home Front Line - Ryan Williams - Care Futures

Home Care Front Line - Anna Chrzastowska - Newcross Healthcare Solutions

Spt Living Front Line - Joy Saunders & Abigail Bennett - Smile (Chipping Sodbury)

Day Services Front Line - Jo Wright - Organic Blooms

Personal Assistant - Nigel Gregory - Father/Parent Carer

Apprentice - Obed Adomako - Bath College @ Dimensions

Volunteer - Jane Gregory - Milestones Trust

Nurse - Sarah Saunders - St Monica Trust

Ancillary Support Front Line - Nikki Cramb -WindmillCare

Specialist

Dementia - Lucy Cejka - Home Instead

End of Life Care - Robinson House - Brunel Care

Older People - Sanford Station - St Monica Trust

Disability Care - Ali Kinsella - Notaro Care (MH)

 

Team/Organisation

Res Home - Belvedere Lodge - AbleCare

Nursing Home - John Wills House - St Monica Trust

Spt Living - Supported Living Team Freeways

Dom Care - Home Instead (Weston S Mare)

Employer - Sophie & Deian Chester-Glyn - Manor Community

A huge thank you to our awards sponsors. To find out more on each, click a logo.


You can find the list of winners here

You can find more information about them and their nomination here

The nominations in 2017 varied immensely, there were simple nominations from service users who just want to say thank you, nominations from service users and relatives who want to say what a positive effect their carers made on their lives, nominations based on single instances of outstanding care and nominations based on continued help over time. What characterised them all was their heartfelt belief that their nominee is amazing and deserves recognition. Our task has been to assess the care given and the difference it’s made to service users’ and often colleagues’ lives.

The list of 60 finalists can be downloaded here

You can download the list of raffle prize winners here


Our 2017 Comperes were

 

DAVID LLOYD

DAVID LLOYD David is an actor, writer and broadcaster who is best known for his role as Graeme in Tony Robinson’s award winning kids TV series Maid Marian And Her Merry Men. He has appeared in a host of other programme including ‘Allo ‘Allo, The Young Ones, EastEnders, Casualty, Brookside, The Bill and Waking The Dead.  He has also written for EastEnders and Casualty, as well as over 60 episodes of the BBC drama series Doctors. He is a regular contributor to BBC Radio Bristol, and for 9 years was the voice of Ashton Gate as matchday announcer at Bristol City Football Club.

David is an actor, writer and broadcaster who is best known for his role as Graeme in Tony Robinson’s award winning kids TV series Maid Marian And Her Merry Men. He has appeared in a host of other programme including ‘Allo ‘Allo, The Young Ones, EastEnders, Casualty, Brookside, The Bill and Waking The Dead.  He has also written for EastEnders and Casualty, as well as over 60 episodes of the BBC drama series Doctors. He is a regular contributor to BBC Radio Bristol, and for 9 years was the voice of Ashton Gate as matchday announcer at Bristol City Football Club.

LAURA RAWLINGS

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Laura is best known for her weekday show on BBC Radio Bristol. After her first proper radio assignments in community radio, starting as a volunteer, getting a job as a Station Manager and then an Editor in Yorkshire, Laura picked up some awards and found her way into the BBC as a reporter. She then rose through the ranks to her own show on BBC Radio Bristol. 
Away from radio - family's really important to Laura and from a young age she's been actively involved in caring for various relatives. Most recently, her parents had a serious car accident and Laura's been caring for them and her Gran. She says that little kindnesses make a big difference and it is a privilege to be there when a loved one needs you. 

 

Award Categories

 

 

Front Line Individual Awards

This award category covers individuals who are interacting directly with service users and have made a significant difference in their role. It covers ancillary support workers, volunteers, care home workers, domiciliary care workers, personal assistants, supported living workers, day services workers, apprentices and nurses.

Ancillary Support

Outstanding Volunteer

Care Home Front Line

Home Care Front Line

Personal Assistant

Supported Living Front Line

Day Services Front Line

Apprentice

Nurse

Specialist Care Individual Awards

This category awards individuals who have made an impact within a specialist care field, and covers dementia care, palliative care, end of life care, mental health, learning disability, older people, and physical and sensory disabilities.

Dementia Care

End of Life Care

Disability Care

Older People Care

Organisation / Employer Awards

This category awards organisations or employers who show they have gone the extra mile to create a happy environment for their service users, and that they are continually improving and striving for excellence as an organisation and as an employer.

Residential Home of the Year

Nursing Home of the Year

Supported Living Organisation of the Year

Domiciliary Care Organisation of the Year

Employer of the Year

Management Individual Awards

This category covers awards for individuals in a management role who have demonstrated a high level of expertise and made a significant contribution through their role. It covers Care homes, Domiciliary care and supported living.

Care Home Manager

Home Care Manager

Supported Living Manager

Special Category

If you would like your nominee to be the winner of the final accolade of the night, please make sure you include information on how s/he has made a significant Contribution to both Health & Social Care during the 2016/2017 year on each category nomination form