Bluebird Care Croydon are celebrating another award success at the Great British Care Awards for the second year running.
Care assistant Monica Hatton of Bluebird Care Croydon picks up finalist award for Care Newcomer of the Year at the Great British Care Awards in Birmingham.
The Great British Care Awards celebrate excellence across the social care sector. The purpose of the awards is to promote best practice within both home care and care homes sectors, and pay tribute to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their field of work.
Monica was up against other home care companies across Britain at the awards event, commeting on her award Monica said:
Can’t believe that I have been so successful with these awards. I am very proud to work in homecare and to provide an an excellent service to our customers. I became a care assistant after giving up working to care for my mother before she died. I feel I have found my forte in life, enjoying all aspects of being a carer from chatting over tea to helping people to maintain their dignity. I enjoy my job immensely.
The judges also commented on Monica's success:
Passionate and dedicated to deliver person centred care. Monica was inspired to join the care section through caring for a loved one. For her caring is a vocation. A very special individual!
Dean Slade, director of Bluebird Care Croydon also commented on Monica's achievement:
We are absolutely thrilled that against tough competition we have done so well at this major care awards event. These awards are great news and I am so pleased for our staff members, it goes to show that there are some great examples of quality home care in the Borough of Croydon.
Bluebird Care are currently looking for 50 new care assistants to join this successful team, you can view their vacancies here