CIC staff in Care Award Final
Community Integrated Care is delighted to announce that three members of staff attended the Great British Care Awards ceremony in London as finalists in three prestigious award categories.
The Great British Care Awards recognise excellence in care throughout the UK, and have recognised our staff for difference they make to the people they support on a daily basis, and their dedication to consistently improving standards of care.
CIC’s nominees were:
- Martin Holmes – Manager of Norfolk Road, Cumbria. Martin was shortlisted for the ‘Care Home Registered Manager Award’ for ‘pushing boundaries, taking manageable risks with innovative ideas, and making these a reality through supportive leadership.’
- Lesa Kell – Manager of Rose Beck Cottage in Durham. Lesa was nominated in the ‘Frontline Leader’ category for using her ‘practical leadership skills to enhance the service at Rose Beck Cottage’.
- The Finchley House team, in Sunderland. The team were nominated for their ‘person-centred approach to care, and enthusiasm in supporting people to be part of the community.’
Neil Matthewman, Community Integrated Care’s CEO, said; “Martin, Lesa and the Finchley House staff team are all thoroughly deserving finalists, and we are very proud of their success. They are fantastic ambassadors for both Community Integrated Care and the wider care sector.”
“Their dedication to changing the lives of others really is worthy of such recognition.”