Gretton House Keep Scoops Top Award
Sue Croker of Gretton House, Northamptonshire, is celebrating after winning a Caring Homes Group ‘Recognition Award’.
Sue won Ancillary Worker of the Year, sponsored by Zenith Hygiene Systems, for leading a successful initiative to involve supported individuals with jobs around the home which helped them feel included and empowered.
The award was announced by one of the original professional dancers on Strictly Come Dancing; producer and entertainer, Brendan Cole, at a gala ceremony on 14th June at the Heythrop Park Resort, Oxfordshire.
Caring Homes Group is celebrating its 25th year in the care sector and was founded in 1994 by Helena Jeffery and her son Paul, on an aspiration to provide a caring home for each resident and a desire to provide everyone with the opportunity to continue to live life to the full through better quality, care and support. The company is still family-run and has proudly been the winner of many industry and regional awards over the years.
Paul Jeffery, CEO, Caring Homes Group, adds:
“It is very important that we celebrate success, not only of our finalists but also the successes achieved every day by thousands of our colleagues caring for some of the most vulnerable in our society. I am extremely proud that in our 25th year we are all colleagues, a team, a family.”