Shortlisted for 5 National Awards this Autumn
Community Integrated Care is delighted to celebrate being shortlisted for five prestigious accolades across three national awards ceremonies, taking place this Autumn.
Home Care Insight’s Leaders in Care Awards
Firstly, we see our charity shortlisted for Care Provider at Home Care Insight’s Leaders in Care Awards. The awards celebrate outstanding achievements of care providers across the UK, with winners set to be announced on the eve of the Care Show on Tuesday 11th October in Birmingham.
Laing Buisson Awards
We’re also proud to have been shortlisted for the Supported Living accolade at the highly coveted Laing Buisson Awards, joining the likes of Lifeways and Creative Support amongst the finalists in our category.
The award recognises excellence in looking after adults with physical or learning disabilities or mental health conditions in a Supported Living setting.
Winners will be unveiled on Thursday 17th November in London.
National Care Awards
Returning for the 24th year, the National Care Awards hosted by leading social care publication, Caring Times Magazine, will take place in London on Saturday 26th November.
The awards celebrate remarkable people from across the social care sector, highlighting excellence and rewarding those who work tirelessly to provide consistently outstanding care.
Our charity has been shortlisted for three of the highly-coveted accolades, celebrating the impact of our incredible colleagues and innovations:
- Business Initiative of the Year – What To Do
- Carer Award – Lisa Makin, Support Worker at Cherry Tree House in Yorkshire
- Care Newcomer Award – Amber Conroy, Support Worker at The Mullion in Portsmouth
Karen Sheridan, Chief Operating Officer at Community Integrated Care, said, “We are incredibly proud to have been shortlisted across the National Care Awards, Laing Buisson Awards and the Leaders in Care Awards – it’s a brilliant achievement for our charity. I’d like to extend a huge congratulations to both Lisa and Amber who have been recognised for their dedication and compassion. They both epitomise our charity’s values, delivering care that is personal and empowering, and showing a real commitment to ensuring the best lives possible for the people we support.”
She continued, “It’s also fantastic to see What To Do, recognised for the widespread impact that it has had across our charity and beyond. With over 12,400 people with learning disabilities and autism reached over the past 12 months, this displays how we’re harnessing technology to create fulfilling opportunities and change lives.”