TRICURO FINALISTS AND WINNERS AT THE DAILY ECHO ‘PROUD TO CARE AWARDS’
We are delighted to announce that four of our staff who work in Tricuro Day Services were finalists in the Daily Echo Proud to Care Awards 2017. They attended the Awards Ceremony on 7 November when the winners were announced. The Awards paid tribute to the ‘selfless carers who go out of their way to improve the lives of others’.
Diane Ackerman, from Ferndown Plus, was a finalist in the Dementia Care Worker of the Year category.
Glenn Everett, from Verwood Connect, and Laura Espley-Church, from Christchurch Connect, were both finalists in the Learning Disability Care Worker of the Year category.
Zoe Sheard from Highcliffe Plus was a finalist in the Volunteer Carer of the Year category.
The Awards Ceremony celebrated all the good work going on in the care industry across Dorset and the New Forest.
We congratulate Diana, Glenn, Laura and Zoe on their achievements and are delighted their hard work and commitment to improving the lives of our clients have been recognised.
And SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS to Laura who was presented with the Learning Disability Care Worker of the Year Award and to Zoe who won the Volunteer of the Year Award.
We are also pleased to congratulate our shared lives carers Bev and Harry Isaacs, who received the Best Home Carer award. Bev and Harry have been carers for Tricuro’s Shared Lives scheme for over 10 years, during which time they have supported vulnerable adults with learning disabilities, mental health conditions and physical disabilities within their own home, and this is a well-deserved recognition of their dedication and commitment to the scheme.
Further details of the Awards Ceremony can be found on this link to The Echo.