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The Awards

This award will be given to the Registered Care Home Manager who has demonstrated a high level of expertise together with exceptional skills in managing the complex business of running a Care/ Nursing home and evidencing innovative ways of their managing their workplace.

This is a manager who shows vision in developing person centred care and supports staff to meet the ever changing needs of their residents and staff. They are pro-active, open to change and puts the residents at the centre of what they do.

This Manager can show that their service is well led under the ‘KLOEs‘ and is able to demonstrate a high level of expertise together with exceptional skills in the complex business of managing a care home.

This award will be given to the Registered Home Care Manager who has demonstrated a high level of expertise within the Homecare sector and towards the complexities of managing a domiciliary care service.

This manager must be able to evidence innovative ways of working, show passion for staff and clients alike and must be pro-active in their management style.

This manager can show how their service is “well led under the KLOEs” and is able to demonstrate a high level of expertise together with exceptional skills in the complex business of managing a domiciliary care service.

This award will be given to the Registered Supported Living Manager who has demonstrated a high level of expertise together with exceptional skills in managing the complex business of running a Supported Living facility and evidencing innovative ways of managing their workplace, showing how the service is “well led under the KLOEs”.

This manager shows vision in developing person centred care and supports staff in meeting the ever-changing needs of their residents and staff, they are proactive and open to change.

Furthermore, they put residents at the centre of what they do and are able to demonstrate a high level of expertise together with exceptional skills in the complex business of managing a Supported Living facility.

This award is will be presented to the care home who are able to best demonstrate a shared vision and agreed goals. The team should have a leader whose role is known and accepted and who takes personal responsibility for their tasks. 

The care team should have an excellent communication process and each members’ skills should be recognised within the team. They should demonstrate a commitment to dignity and privacy for clients and also respect towards team members.

This award will be presented to the domiciliary provider who is able to best demonstrate a shared vision and agreed goals. 

The team should have a leader whose role is known and accepted and who takes personal responsibility for their tasks. The care team should have an excellent communication process and each member’s skills should be recognised within the team. A commitment to dignity and privacy is evident as well as a respect for clients and team members alike.

This award will recognise an individual or a team providing person-centred services to vulnerable people living in any kind of supported housing scheme. 

The supported living team will need to demonstrate that they are meeting a range of complex care and support needs, including interacting and building links with both the local and wider community. They will be outcome focused and driven to provide the highest quality service to individuals, supporting them to remain independent in their own home.

This award will be presented to The Deputy who is able to best demonstrate a shared vision and agreed goals alongside the Registered Manager. This award winner must evidence ways that they support their Registered Manager and give an insight into strategies they have implemented alongside the Manager. This person should be knowledgeable in the complexities of the service delivery, be a good support to staff and be open to change.

This person should be working alongside the Registered Manager to ensure the service meets CQC compliance. They ensure their service is outcome focused and that all residents have outcome focused bespoke care plans.

This award will be presented to the team who are able to best demonstrate a shared vision and agreed goals. The team should have a leader whose role is known and accepted and who takes personal responsibility for their tasks.

The team must be able to evidence innovative care systems and demonstrate the positive impact these have on their teams.

The team should have an excellent communication process and each member’s skills should be recognised within the team and acted upon.

The team demonstrate a daily commitment to dignity and privacy for clients as well as a mutual respect for each other. 

This award will be presented to a person or service that has made a long-term outstanding contribution to health and social care. Nominations are welcomed from across the care sector.

This team should be able to evidence innovative ways of catering. Nominations are welcomed from across the care sector including care home chefs, cooks and meal delivery services.

This person or service should have a wide knowledge of dietary requirements and medical conditions and be able adaptable in their skills to accommodate these.

This employer must be able to evidence how staff are supported by management, have training opportunities made available, and have distinct career progression paths available within the organisation.

This employer must be able to evidence how they go above and beyond to support their staff.

This award recognises organisations that have created a stimulating and supportive work environment and a real commitment to the welfare of its employees, resulting in high staff satisfaction levels and a well-motivated, ambitious and integrated workforce.

This award will go to the service or individual who ensures staff are skilled and working to ensure good end of life palliative care is available in their setting. 

The service or individual uses a holistic approach to end of life care and has the knowledge and practices necessary to control pain, maintain dignity and provide a peaceful death.

We are looking for a person or team that ensures that the care provided to an end of life patient/client is the best it could possibly be.

We are looking for an individual or service that has had a significant impact on the community in the past year, we want to hear about you or your team and the difference you have made.

We welcome nominations for individuals, services or charities.

We are inviting patients, families or other staff members from our local area to nominate people that currently work within the NHS.

We are looking for an individual or service that has gone the extra mile while caring for an individual. 

This person or service has done something above and beyond the call of duty and is regarded by many as “exceptional”!

The Health Care Assistant of the Year award recognises the wide range of responsibilities and the dedication of healthcare assistants who promote the highest standards of care across the whole health service. We are looking for an individual that continues to go above and beyond for their clients/patients/service users.

We want to hear about the wonderful work that an individual has achieved within their role.

We are looking for a supplier that has provided an absolutely outstanding service. The supplier may be providing temporary staff, supplying uniform, equipment or even technology, but the important thing is that that they have gone above and beyond with their customer service or delivery.

This award will be given to the support worker who has made a significant impact on their place of work or an individual that they support. We are looking for an individual that is creative with their care delivery and who can evidence how they have previously overcome barriers within their role. We want to hear about the impact this person has had on the lives of people they support.

This Award will be given to the individual, service or supplier that has brought innovation to their sector over the past 12 months.

We are looking specifically at innovation that has had a significant impact on those in receipt of care services.

The Innovation Award recognises and celebrates the most innovative products and services that are making a significant impact across the care sector.

The Memory Lane Award will be awarded to an individual, team or organisation that has had the greatest impact on Dementia care delivery in recognition of their outstanding contribution to improving the lives of those affected by dementia.

We are looking for a service or home that pioneers change for those living with Dementia.

The Community Engagement Award will be awarded to the service that has had the greatest impact within their community. This could be a service that has either been working on a project, piloting or is already an up and running service.

We are looking for a newcomer to the care sector – maximum 36 months in the sector.

This award seeks to acknowledge and celebrate a new member of staff or service who has commenced employment in the care sector in the last 3 years.

We want to hear about their journey into the care sector and the impact they are having.

The final award of the evening is given to the person or organisation who overall has made the most significant contribution to both Health and Social Care during the 2018/19 period. This will be judged on the nominations from all categories