6 Dec 2017
Values Awards 2017
Excitement has reached new heights at Trinity Homecare this December! Not only are we in the festive spirit but the time to present our Values Awards is upon us! The
Trinity Homecare had great success at the Surrey Care Awards this year!
Three of our TrinityCarers were nominated for the ‘Beyond the Call of Duty Award’ – Pam Hatley was nominated for showing “empathy and compassion to all of her clients, fellow carers and whoever is lucky enough to meet her”. Hamdi Alihaje was commended for her “incredible presence of mind when a speeding car crashed through the front room of her client’s house” and Shona Kendall was praised for her “wealth of knowledge” which has enabled her to help social services with difficult circumstances. Congratulations to Shona for winning the ‘Beyond the Call of Duty Award’!
Our care manager for Guildford Di Yorke was a finalist in the ‘Care Manager of the Year Award’ and she was congratulated for supporting her team “to fulfil their potential”. Trinity Homecare was also a finalist for the ‘Innovation and Good Practice in Staff Recruitment and Retention Award’, for which we were celebrated for “working to provide an accredited training programme to build confidence” of our staff.
All of our managed care services are regulated by the Care Quality Commission, and we are very proud of our most recent inspection report.
Trinity Homecare is a full member of the UK Home Care Association (UKHCA) and our Managing Director, Mike Smith has been a board member since October 2015. At Trinity, we’re passionate about supporting at-home independence and believe there is always a genuine alternative to rest home care. Not only are we totally committed to helping people stay in their own homes, no matter what their needs but we’re keen campaigners too. Rest assured, we’re highlighting the issue of home independence wherever we can.
Trinity Homecare is proud to be a founding member of the Live-in Homecare Information Hub.
Trinity Homecare is accredited by NCFE, the national awarding body organisation. This means we are able to teach to level 2 and level 3 qualifications in Health & Social Care using our in-house team of qualified trainers and assessors.
Trinity is supporting the Dementia Friendly Communities programme which focuses on improving inclusion and quality of life for people with dementia. Our Managing Director, Mike Smith, also contributed to the Prime Minister’s Dementia Champion Subgroup on Homecare. We have received recognition from the Secretary of State for our contribution to the report.
Trinity Homecare is a founder member of the Surrey Care Association, having previously been a board member. Surrey Care Association (SCA) provides support and information to adult social care providers in Surrey.
Trinity’s Eleanor Anderson was shortlisted for Care Newcomer of the Year in November. We regularly receive glowing tributes about our carers but Ellie’s contribution has been outstanding. She cares for a bedbound lady with dementia and the family cannot speak highly enough of her kind, intelligent and sensitive approach to her responsibility. And as you’ll see there are many similar tributes for all our care workers throughout the site. Trinity was also a finalist in the ‘Using Technology in a Care Setting’ category. We’ve pioneered the use of mobile devices and tablets, allowing us to update our care workers in real time. Better communication with our team means a better and more efficient service for our clients.