Long Service Award for Senior Carer at Blackpool Home Who Says Key to Longevity is “Treating Everyone as Individual”
A senior carer at a Blackpool care home celebrated his 20-year work anniversary.
Adrian Robinson started working at MHA Pennystone Court in 2003 and says the reason behind him staying at the home is that everyone is treated as an individual.
To mark his achievement, he was presented with a long service award by home manager Liz Robins.
The home offers 36 places for dementia and residential care.
Speaking after the ceremony he said: “The last 20 years have flown by, and it’s been an amazing journey.
“I really enjoy working at MHA Pennystone Court and it’s something that has been a huge part of my life.
“Being presented with a long service award and being appreciated for my work is something that I am very proud of.
“I am very happy to work for an organisation like MHA who treat their staff really well.
“Here at Pennystone Court everyone from staff to residents is treated as an individual and I do think that’s one of the reasons why I am still here.
“I am very confident this will be my last job, I am very happy here and have no intentions of leaving.”