South Gloucestershire care firm scoops top awards

Published: 22/05/2019

We were absolutely delighted to receive the award for "Best Newcomer of the Year 2013-2014". Here is the article that appeared in the Yate and Sodbury Gazette:

"A CARE provider based in Chipping Sodbury has won the top prize at an annual UK care award ceremony.

Bluebird Care South Gloucestershire have been named South West Newcomer of the Year following a year of continual success and achievement.

The award comes in the same week as the organisation celebrated its first birthday.

Set up in October 2013, the care provider has consistently prioritised excellent customer service, and high standards of care.

Managing director, Sophie Rowland-Jones said: “We are very proud of what we have achieved at Bluebird Care. We won this award as a result of the hard work and dedication of our team, and the work put in on a daily basis

For us, this extremely positive CQC report is the minimum acceptable for our service and so we strive to do even more.

Our strong links with the community, and the continual work we do to build positive links with others has meant that the organisation has already become well stabled with a excellent reputation in just the first year.”

Managing director, Jack Whitfield, added:"We have achieved great successes in our first 12 months and this is largely down to the fantastic staff we employ and the excellent service we have been providing.

“At every level of this business, from management to care assistants, we have totally dedicated staff that consistently go the extra mile and really make a difference to the lives of our customers."

Bluebird Care’s work involves providing care visits, of any length of time extending to a full live-in service, personal care, overnight care, meal preparation, welfare checks, and help with shopping or trips out.

The organisation operates and provides care throughout all of South Gloucestershire to meet a variety of needs, from those with physical disabilities, older people who find it difficult to do things for themselves, to those who suffer with dementia."