Manager of Parvale House heads to the Great British Care Awards 2020
Consensus are delighted to share that Gary Moffat, Registered Service Manager of Parvale House in Kettering, Northants, has been named as a finalist for ‘Care Home Registered Manager of the Year’, in the East Midlands regional finals of the Great British Care Awards 2020.
The Great British Care Awards are a series of regional events throughout England and are a celebration of excellence across the care sector. The awards pay tribute to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their field of work.
The ‘Care Home Registered Manager Award’ recognises a manager who has demonstrated a high level of expertise together with exceptional skills in managing the complex business of running a care home. A manager who shows vision in developing person-centred care and supporting staff to meet the ever -changing needs of the individuals they support.
Rated Outstanding by the CQC, Parvale House provides specialist support and accommodation to six people with the rare, genetic disorder Prader-Willi Syndrome. (PWS) Although a relatively new service manager and new to supporting individuals with PWS, Gary has hit the ground running and injected even greater levels of enthusiasm since his arrival, to the acclaim of everyone at Parvale House.
Gary was nominated for the award by Gail Ghavami, Operations Manager for Midlands 3, who said, “Gary’s strong leadership, has resulted in a highly motivated team and a happy, positive home where individuals are placed at the centre of their care and consistently achieve exceptional outcomes.”
“Most individuals living at Parvale House are ‘aging’ in PWS terms and management of their weight and health is lifesaving in terms of longevity. The team have really pulled together to create an ethos of encouragement and reward which is already paying dividends for those living there.”
Gary said, “I feel very humbled to to have been nominated for this award by Gail. The positive outcomes we support individuals to achieve here at Parvale House are the result of our collective efforts as a team, so being shortlisted for this award really serves as recognition of us all.”
As a shortlisted finalist, Gary took part in a virtual judging day in November and has been invited to attend a glittering Gala event in April 2021, where the winner will be announced.
There were twenty-one categories available for nomination, which represent all areas of the social care sector, whether it be older people or specialist services, residential or home care. From frontline staff such as care workers and care managers to people who have made an impact in other ways such as training and innovation.