Dedicated care workers have been recognised for their hard work and professionalism at a national awards ceremony hosted by leading social care provider, Voyage Care.
Held at Woburn Safari Park, Voyage Care’s annual staff awards celebrated outstanding achievement and excellence in seven categories including manager of the year, team of the year, staff member of the year and ABI service of the year.
Winners included Samantha Arnold, who was crowned manager of the year in recognition of her team building skills and her commitment to improving the lives of everyone she supports and works with at 130 Whitworth Road in Swindon.
Team of the year award went to staff at Southview in Eastleigh, whilst Werner Nel, deputy manager at Byards Keep in Sleaford, was honoured with the title of staff member of the year.
Finally, Woodlands rehabilitation centre in Acklam, Middlesbrough won ABI service of the year in recognition of its team’s commitment to high standards, quality care and professionalism.
Commenting on the ceremony and this year’s winners, Voyage Care chief executive Bruce McKendrick said: “We organise this event on an annual basis to honour the passion and dedication that our employees represent. It’s our way of showing that we appreciate all their hard work and I’m proud to have such committed and enthusiastic people working for Voyage Care.”