Carewatch Home Care news

Welcome to our news page where we show national and local Carewatch events and developments, as well as interesting news about the care sector.

01 December

Award for Home Care Manager Nicky at Carewatch Norfolk

Nicky Shrimpton, home care manager has won an award at The Great East of England Care Awards 2011 meaning she has been recognised as the top home care manager in the South East of England. Nicky who works at the Norfolk branch, won the Home Care Registered Manager Award and will now go forward to the national finals in London next summer. This was one of 21 awards announced at a ceremony at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, hosted by television presenter Andrew Castle.

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03 November

Carewatch Wear it Pink!

Carewatch Head Office wore it pink on 28th October for the Breast Cancer Campaign. They baked pink cakes for a bake sale, paid £2 to wear pink, held a raffle, and a sweep stake, raising over £222 for the cause.

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05 October

East Midland's Top Home Care Manager Award Nomination

Carewatch’s Always There Leicester branch manager Steve Varney has made it to the finals of The Great East Midlands Care Awards 2011 which means he is recognised as one of the top home care managers in the East Midlands. The Home Care Registered Manager Award is one of 21 awards to be announced at a ceremony in Nottingham on 7th October, hosted by Vanessa Feltz.

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05 October

Bath Branch Care Manager Nominated for Award

Care manager Pam Dunn from our Bath branch has made it to the finals of The Great South West Care Awards 2011. This is one of 21 awards that will be announced at the ceremony in Bristol on 4TH November and is hosted by Keith Chegwin. Pam, 39, who has been involved in the care industry for 17 years, joined the Carewatch Bath branch as a Care Manager almost two years ago.

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24 August

Carers get through despite the riots

One group of people who braved the streets in the face of civil unrest were Carewatch carers. They faced the threat of angry mobs and violent behaviour to ensure that terrified service users received the support they needed at home.

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