Caring Homes Group is once again celebrating excellence across its 60+ strong network of residential care homes by being shortlisted for five prestigious awards at the Laing Buisson Awards, and another one at the National Dementia Awards.
Demonstrating service excellence across their business, Caring Homes has been shortlisted by the leading market healthcare intelligence provider, Laing and Buisson, for the following categories: Residential Care Provider, Innovation in Technology for their new eCademy learning management system, Excellence in Dementia Care, for their specialist 32-bed dementia centre in East Sussex, and Outstanding Contribution, for their founder Helena Jeffery who started the organisation 21 years ago.
Managing Director, Caring Homes, said: “Once again we’re delighted to receive such recognition from industry. Caring Homes was established to provide high quality care and support in local care homes for local people and our dedicated care teams continue to do this on a daily basis.”
He continued: “It is also wonderful to see Helena Jeffrey shortlisted for Outstanding Contribution - she has dedicated her life to help those in need and it is wonderful to see this acknowledged.”
Dementia care is a significant part of the Caring Homes business and its dedicated teams work to improve the quality of care for residents up and down the country. East Hill House Care Home, Liss, Surrey, has been shortlisted for the highly-respected Best Care Team category at the National Dementia Awards for their caring and inclusivity ethos.
The winners of the Laing Buisson Awards will be announced at a gala awards evening on 11 November at the Lancaster Hotel, London. The National Dementia Awards will take place on 13 November at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole.
Caring Homes Group was established in 1994 by registered nurse Helena Jeffery and her son Paul. Since then the company has grown to become one of the most highly respected independent care and support providers in the UK.