The Pulse Community care awards 2015 are coming…

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The Pulse Community care awards 2015 are coming…

Due to the continued success of our annual care awards we are once again recognising and rewarding in 2015.

Our support workers and carers work hard to deliver the best possible services to our clients and help us to achieve our vision:

‘’To make a positive difference to the lives of our clients by promoting choice and independence, and delivering the highest standard of compassionate care’’

Our clients will be making their nominations soon so it won’t be long until we announce our 2015 shining stars.

This year we have 5 main categories:

Here’s a reminder of what happened in 2014

North support worker

Winner - Ian McEvoy

Why Ian was nominated:

‘’Goes that extra mile, makes mine and my mum’s life easier’’

What Ian said about winning:

‘’I would like to take this opportunity to thank pulse and also my service users for my nomination for pulse community care support worker of the year for the north. It is a delight to win this award for a very professional and caring care company like pulse. It is so nice to be appreciated for a job that sometimes doesn't get enough positive publicity. I would also like to thank my management in the Liverpool branch for all my support and professionalism during my career at pulse. Ps (carrying on the good work)’’

Runner up - Carole Young

Why Carol was nominated:

‘’Takes time to sit with me and make me laugh when I’m down’’

What Carol said about coming runner up:

‘Unexpected but a lovely surprise, can’t believe it’

Central support worker

Winner - Emma Nixon 

Why Emma was nominated:

‘’Nothing is too much to ask, she makes the most of every situation!’’

Runner up - Wendy Tremain

Why Wendy was nominated:

‘’Without her help, I would give in to my condition and give up’’

South support worker

Winner - Lumara Genge 

Why Lumara was nominated:

‘’ Exceptionally wonderful, we really appreciate her’’

What Lumara said about winning:

"I feel really privileged and proud that the family I worked for and supported voted for me. It is an honour to have won"

Runner up - Grace Ntolera-Mujungu 

Why Grace was nominated:

‘’Treats our daughter like her own, puts us all at ease and recognises change in health’’

What Grace said about coming runner up:

‘’I love working with children and am very proud to have come runner up’’

Support team

Winners - John Williams, Nickie Clemens, Tracey Tester, Andrew Snell, Hayley Mearns and Helen Smale – Plymouth

Why they were nominated:

‘’Made my life so much more bearable, I couldn’t live my life without them, they are wonderful’’

Runners up - Anna Gabrysiak, Parmjit Chahal, Sakena Nawaz, Judith Bowers, Jaswant Virdi - Birmingham

Why they were nominated:

‘’Always willing to go the extra mile. Such a reliable and friendly team’’

Could you take home a Pulse Community Care Award this year?

More information coming soon…

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    We're all very excited for this years' Care Awards and hope you will all join us in celebrating those who go above and beyond to help us deliver the most person-centred, compassionate care to our clients.

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    I'm delighted it's that time of year again, when we recognise the dedication of our support workers and teams . The annual care awards allows us to reward the hard work, enthusiasm and commitment of our support workers who are providing the highest quality of care to our clients.