Staff at Fenchurch House Care Home in Spalding.

Recognition for fantastic care home staff

Staff at four local nursing homes have been given special awards to mark their support.

Country Court, which runs four local home, has recognised the carers through their internal awards

Winners at Ashwood Care and Nursing Home in Spalding Common were receptionist Hilda Villarete, senior carer Anca Toderas and Care assistant Louise Norman.

A family member who nominated Hilda said “She is the ‘face’ of Ashwood, and the perfect ambassador for the company.

The team at Beech Lodge.

“Every time I have visited my mother, especially during these most difficult times, she has looked after me and the home to the Nth degree.

“She is without doubt exactly the type of person to make you feel safe and well looked after.”

At Beech Lodge Care and Nursing Home in Holbeach winners were deputy manager and nurse Sinoj Thomas, care assistant Chloe Hart and home manager Karen Atillo.

Chloe was nominated because the person who nominated her, said: “She has gone above and beyond to make sure residents have person-centred care.

St John’s Care Home’s staff and carers.

“She always has a smile on her face and brightens everyone’s day up.”

Winners at Fenchurch House Care Home in Spalding Common were Teresa Pegram, Suria Webb, Tina Ellis and a special commendation for Edmalyn Consigna.

Edmalyn was nominated for going above and beyond to make residents to the new care home feel comfortable and welcome.

At St John’s Care Home on Hawthorn Bank in Spalding winners were deputy manager Natalie Parnham, care assistant Sharon Hare and activity coordinator Norva McIntosh.

A family member who nominated Norva said: “We would have lost mum if it wasn’t for this lady, she had time to talk to mum, taking over from her family who couldn’t help because of lockdown. Even mum calls her ‘her angel’.”

“The Country Court board of directors are extremely proud of our staff family this year.” Said Alykhan Kachra, Co-CEO.

“Every day in our homes across the country we have seen examples of how our teams have gone above and beyond to keep our residents safe, often putting them before their own families.

“We are very lucky to have such a supportive and devoted group of people, the awards are an important opportunity to celebrate the positive work going on in our homes.

“Our staff should be proud of the difference they have made to people’s lives this year”.

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