National Dementia Care Awards 2017

9 November 2017 : Doncaster Racecourse, Yorkshire

 

Entries open in the spring, so now is the time to start planning your nominations!

The Journal of Dementia Care is pleased to announce that the National Dementia Care Awards will return in 2017 to praise the very best people in Dementia Care. Entries open in the spring and culminating in our celebrated and prestigious Awards Presentation Dinner on Thursday 9 November 2017 at the Doncaster Racecourse, as part of the UK Dementia Congress 2017. The awards were founded to highlight excellence in all parts of the sector and now in it’s 8th consecutive year, we are proud to have the opportunity to reward those who continue to work tirelessly to provide consistently outstanding care. Doncaster Racecourse is a stunning and historic venue with award-winner credentials, located in the iconic market town of Doncaster, in scenic South Yorkshire.

 

18th National Care Awards 2016

See below for details from the fantastic 2016 awards!

National Dementia Care Awards Gala Dinner 2016

Please hover to scroll through images from the Awards Presentation Dinner or click to see the full album7th National Dementia Care Awards 2016

National Dementia Care Awards Champagne Reception 2016

Please hover to scroll through images from the Awards Champagne or click to see the full album7th National Dementia Care Awards Champagne Reception 2016

Photo Booth at the National Dementia Care Awards 2016

Please hover to scroll through images from the Photo Booth, sponsored by Compass Associates, at the National Dementia Care Awards or click to see the full albumPhotobooth at the National Dementia Care Awards 2016

 

WINNERS OF THE NATIONAL DEMENTIA CARE AWARDS 2016!

Congratulations to our Winners at the 7th National Dementia Care Awards 2016

Outstanding Dementia Care Product 2016
Jorg Roth & Jo Foster, Film Package, My Life Films

Outstanding Dementia Care Innovation 2016
James Ashwell, Unforgettable.org, Unforgettable

Best Activities Co-ordinator 2016
Sarah Savidge, Admiral Court, Hallmark Care Homes

Best Dementia Lead / Nurse Specialist 2016
Sarah Monks, University Hospital South Manchester

Best Dementia Care Manager 2016
Phil Benson, EachStep Blackburn, Community Integrated Care

Best Dementia Garden 2016
Hannah Bradford & Andy Keen, Anya Court, Hallmark Care Homes

Best Dementia Training Initiative 2016
Stephanie Daley, Time for Dementia, Centre for Dementia Studies (Brighton and Sussex Medical School and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust) in collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Society, University of Surrey & Surrey & Borders NHS Foundation Trust

Best Interior Dementia Design 2016
Pauline Shaw & Sanna Laaksonen, Surbiton, The Royal Star and Garter Homes

Best Resident Relative Contribution 2016
John Timms, St Luke’s, Community Integrated Care

Exceptional Contribution by a Person Living with Dementia 2016
Chris Roberts

Best Dignity in Care Champion 2016
Dorica Mukuma, Craigielea Care Home, The Holmes Care Group

Best Dementia Team 2016
Angela Bookham & Kelly Kelleher, Broadwater Lodge Care Home, Care UK

Dementia Care Inspiring Leader 2016
Lesley Hobbs, Brunelcare

Best Dementia Care Home 2016
Phil Benson, Each Step Blackburn, Community Integrated Care

Dementia Care Personality 2016
Megan Austin, Colten Care

Lifetime Achievement in Dementia Care 2016
Joan Sewell, Alzheimer’s Society

CONTACT

For further details contact Fiona Robb:
events@hawkerpublications.com
or telephone: 020 7720 2108 ext 204
 
For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact Caroline Bowern:
caroline@hawkerpublications.com
or telephone: 020 7720 2108 ext 203

 


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