One of Everycare Cardiff’s carers has been awarded a South Wales Echo – bouquet of the week.
Everycare Cardiff care worker June Allen-Burnett was nominated by Splott district nurses who described her as “inspirational”.
June calls Everycare a great company and commends her colleagues who work alongside her. Read the full story below as it appeared in the South Wales Echo.
Everycare Cardiff , one of the leading home care organisations in South Wales has appointed a new registered manager – Toby Stockton.
Toby has excellent experience across a range of care facilities which has included working as a multi-site service manager for Mencap where he managed two homes as well as some community placements. Importantly the facilities he managed all achieved successful contractual inspections. It was this excellent track record in the care industry that made him the perfect candidate for his new role at Everycare Cardiff which has a long standing commitment to provide the very highest standards of care. In addition to working at Mencap, Toby previously worked at The Disabilities Trust.
Commenting on his appointment Toby said “I have recently moved from Sussex to my hometown of Cardiff. I am excited to be taking over as the registered manager of Everycare Cardiff and look forward to forging excellent relationships with the team around me and the people we support and their families. As with most care services across the UK at the moment recruitment of quality carers and staff retention continues to be a challenge. I am hoping to bring valuable experience to the role around this by making recruitment personal and getting out into the local community to tell people about Everycare’s offering both as a service provider and employer. I am passionate that we should be offering the best quality care despite the national challenges both currently and on the horizon.”
Everycare Cardiff is delighted to announce that it has been recognised as one of the leading care agencies in South Wales by being voted by homecare.co.uk as one of the top 10 agencies in South Wales.
The homecare.co.uk Top 10 Agency Awards 2016 highlights the most recommended Agencies in each region of the UK.
The Awards are based on over 4,000 Reviews by Service Users and and Family / Friends of service Users from 1st April 2014 to 1st April 2016. Specifically, they use the Review Score, as of 1st of April 2016, which is calculated using a combination of the number of reviews and the average of each of the ratings.
Agencies are excluded from the awards if they are not compliant with their regulatory authority at the time of the announcement of the Awards (14th April 2016).
The dignity, health and wellbeing of older people and those with disabilities in England are in danger, health and care groups warn.
In a joint submission to the Treasury ahead of November’s Spending Review, 20 organisations said the care sector was facing a “deepening crisis”.
They have called for funding to councils to be protected, as is happening with the NHS.
Ministers said investment in health would also benefit the care sector.
The government pointed out that plans were being put in place to ensure greater joint working between the two sectors that would relieve some of the pressures.
However, the signatories of the submission, who include leaders of councils, the NHS, care providers and charities, said that they still feared for the future. The document said that the market was “fragile” with councils forced to freeze fees and providers exiting the sector.
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