Three members of the Morris Care team have been short listed as finalists for the 2016 Shropshire Partners in Care Awards. The awards recognise those who have had a strong impact on the county’s caring profession, either through providing an exceptional level of care or promoting careers in the care industry.
Jennifer Williams, Training and Development Officer, has been selected as a finalist in the ‘promoting care as a positive career’ category. Since joining Morris Care, Jennifer has consistently delivered training at the highest possible standard and strives to ensure that all learners are engaged and inspired to see training as more than just a tick box exercise.
Group Hotel Services Manager Paul Ratcliffe is a finalist in the ‘healthy eating’ category, selected because of his passion for providing outstanding care where high quality nutritious food and drink is key. Paul believes that involving residents in menu planning is extremely important as it helps them to regain their love of food, improve appetite, nutrition and overall well being.
Finalist for the ‘Registered Manager Award’ is Lydia Tyanase from the Care Centre in Wellington who has been chosen due to her positive, person centred approach that she adopts at all times. Lydia has excellent skills in customer service and building strong, long term relationships with clients, relatives and staff which all contribute to a productive, empowering and friendly working environment.
The awards programme is hosted by Shropshire Partners in Care (SPIC) who represent more than 200 independent nursing, residential and domiciliary care companies.
We wish the best of luck to all our finalists who will be attending the awards ceremony at the Park Inn Hotel in Telford on April 15th.