National Care Awards 2017 – The Dignity and Respect Care Home of the Year

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19th National Care Awards Entry Form 2017 - The Dignity & Respect Care Home of the Year

This award will be made to an exceptional care home which can convincingly demonstrate that it has put dignity and respect for its residents and staff at the very heart of all it does, and that this emphasis has resulted in tangible benefits for residents, relatives and staff alike. Please submit ALL the following (any entries which do not submit the requirements will be disregarded)
    (Please choose either or both.)
  • Please include the most recent inspection report here. Note: Maximum file size is 8MB - to send larger documents please zip them together and upload a .zip file, or email them to events@hawkerpublications.com
  • Drop files here or
    Please supply 1 - 5 photographs. Note: Maximum file size is 8MB - to send larger documents please zip them together and upload a .zip file, or email them to events@hawkerpublications.com
  • Drop files here or
    Please provide 1-5 testimonials from staff, residents and relatives. Note: Maximum file size is 8MB - to send larger documents please zip them together and upload a .zip file, or email them to events@hawkerpublications.com

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