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Dedicated Home Care Staff Celebrate Success At Care South’s Annual Awards Ceremony

Care South celebrated the outstanding achievements of its home care staff at its annual Stars Awards ceremony on Thursday 13th July at AFC Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium.

Now in its 14th year, the Stars Awards recognise and reward individuals and teams from across the company for their outstanding achievements and excellent care provision. They are an important event during which time is taken to celebrate care staff and thank them for their frontline duties and commitment to residents.

Nominees are put forward by colleagues, service users and relatives. Awards on the day included Carer of the Year, Care Supervisor of the Year, Rising Star, Management Team of the Year and Pride in your Service. The ceremony was held at AFC Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium with Care South’s Chairman, Chris Kean and Chief Executive, Simon Bird hosting care homes and Care South at Home offices who had been named as finalists.

Whilst the Care South at Home offices enjoy some friendly competition and there must be a winner, it was not an easy decision for judges as the high-quality of care and feedback from clients and their loved ones across board is second to none. Care South Office of the Year was presented to Crewkerne this year for a number of factors including training compliance, staff retention, testimonials and consistently meeting its KPIs and delivering fantastic care day-in, day-out.

Simon Bird, Chief Executive at Care South, said: “We are delighted to have celebrated all the achievements of colleagues at Care South at our fourteenth Care South Stars Awards. I am always so proud to see the passion and commitment to care delivered day in, day out by our staff across the company. Nominations were received from colleagues, clients and relatives and the Care South Stars Awards provide us with the chance to publicly acknowledge and thank our staff for all their dedication and hard work, which makes such a huge difference to the lives and wellbeing of those we care for.”











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