West Sussex Care Home Awards Its Staff After Challenging Year

A care home in Steyning recently held an awards ceremony to celebrate the achievements of its staff throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Staff and residents at Croft Meadow care home, which provides care for up to 60 residents including those living with dementia, enjoyed the celebrations with refreshments, a cheeseboard and selection of breads.

The awards included ‘Outstanding Support Award’, ‘Most Kind and Generous Award’, ‘Service to Croft Meadow Award’, ‘Carer of the Year’, ‘Nurse of the Year’ and many more.

Anne-Marie Taylor, who was awarded for Outstanding Support, commented on her win: “It feels lovely to be given this award. I am extremely proud of the hard work that everyone has done at Croft Meadow.”

Russell Brown, chief financial officer, was in attendance with Mike Smith, chief operating officer, as well as Martin Vanhinsbergh, regional director.

Carmen Flueras, manager of the Shaw healthcare operated home, added: “It was hard to decide on the winners as everyone has showed great dedication and service over this last challenging year.

“We all thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon watching our friends and colleagues receive their well-earned trophies.”

 

 

 

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