An atmosphere of celebration and congratulations was embraced by everyone in Ladymead Care Home in Swindon.
On Tuesday 8th March 2016, 19 awards were given to the team celebrating their achievements. Awards presented included; Long Service Awards, ROCK Awards and a member of the team graduated as a Care Home Assistant Practitioner (CHAP).
KC Byju Vasudevan, Home Manager said: “These awards signify our team’s hard work and dedication to the residents in our home. It’s important that we recognise our achievements, including those who have been with the home since it opened 20 years ago.
“Celebrating the achievements of everyone, both old and new reinforces our family ethos. I want to take the time to congratulate all of our winners again.”
A breakdown of the awards can be found below.
Long Service Awards
The recipients of the Long Service Award were:
- Billie Goddard – 20 years service.
- Ann Fowler – 19 years service.
- Sally Aitkins – 17 years service
- Mark Hawton – 14 years service
- Almary Biato – 13 years service
- Mini Augusti – 13 years service
- Linda Donaldson – 12 years service
- Jocelyn Villaroman – 11 years service
- K C Byju Vasudevan – 10 years service
- Lucia Spiteri – 7 years service
- Jasvir Kaur Jatana – 6 years service
- Maggy Jones – 6 years service
- Dacia Fernandes – 6 years service
- Julie Midwinter – 6 years service
- Luisa Vas – 5 years service
- Conceicao Rodrigues - 5 years service
- Maria Metaj – 5years service.
Socorro Pires (Teresa) received a ROCK Award after being nominated by a relative for her kind and caring natures whilst caring for residents.
A ROCK award is a nationwide honour that specifically highlights the impact a Four Season Health Care employee has made on the lives of people living in one of their care homes. Team members are nominated for an award by residents, their relatives or friends, who have witnessed or experienced team members demonstrating excellent standards of care and kindness in their role.
Conceicao Pereira graduated from the CHAPS Programme which enables care assistants to train and offer support to the home with certain nurse duties such as medication rounds. More information about the CHAPS programme is available on our website.
Well done everyone! Congratulations on your awards. Special congratulations go to Socorro Pires and Conceicao Pereira for their individual award and graduation. Keep up the hard work and dedication.
Date published: 15 September 2017
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