On Friday 14th July 2017, Four Seasons Health Care was represented by the team from Arches Care Home in Belfast in three categories at the National Learning Disability Awards.
The event, held annually in Birmingham, celebrates excellence in the support for people with learning disabilities and aims to pay tribute to those individuals or organisations that excel in providing quality care.
The team at the Arches picked up two awards at the ceremony.
The trio of Suzanne Johnston, Catherine McCallister and Paul Lundy were named as the ‘Learning Disability Nurses of the Year’.
In addition to this prestigious accolade the Arches Care Home won the award for ‘Supporting Older People with Learning Disability Award’.
Lorraine Kirkpatrick, Regional Manager for Four Seasons in Belfast said: “Four Seasons were the only double award winners of the night – what a fantastic achievement! Well done to my colleagues at the Arches who make such a difference to the lives of people with a learning disability. I’m so proud of my wonderful team”.
Joanne Strain¸ Head of Nursing at Four Seasons Health Care, said: “This is fantastic recognition for the dedicated staff at Arches Care Home. It is well deserved and we are so proud of everyone. You all deserve the recognition”.
Date published: 15 September 2017