We're delighted to announce we've made the shortlist for
this year's Norfolk Care Awards, and we're hoping to add another county award
to the already impressive collection we have received over previous years.
Our homecare service has already won four awards and been
highly commended in four more categories at the annual Norfolk Care Awards,
which have been running for five years and showcase the best of the sector.
The 2019 awards will be held in February at a black tie
event at Sprowston Manor to be hosted by the Rev Richard Coles, a well-known
vicar and former member of pop band The Communards.
Extra Hands has been nominated as a finalist in the ‘Excellence
in Delivering Dementia Care’ category at the prestigious ceremony.
Last year director Hazel Evans received the Harold Bodmer
Outstanding Achievement Award and we were also highly
commended in the ‘Promoting Dignity and Respect in Everyday Life.’
The Norfolk Care Awards are judged by a panel of
professionals and representatives from various sponsors and the competition is
Nominations for the 2019 event closed in November and Extra
Hands was notified in the last few days that it was again invited to the
Over the years, we have won various categories, including
Delivering Excellence through Learning and Development (2017), Promoting
Dignity and Respect in Everyday Life (2015) and Motivational Leadership (2014)
With 2018 proving to be a successful year for the team, as
we celebrate 25 years in business, everyone hopes 2019 will continue that