The winners


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

!Carer ’99 – Pam Childs Pam Childs has worked as a carer with Nightingales Professional Nursing and Homecare Ltd for more than three years and is regarded as an extremely reliable, kind, honest and caring member of the field staff. She has often worked at short notice and, during a recent crisis, was especially helpful in taking on extra duties which she performed in her usual cheerful manner. Pam is well liked by clients and colleagues alike. !Sheltered Housing Manager ’99 – Breda Redmond-Hunt Breda has been the warden of Crown Housing Association’s North London scheme for about four years. She has found that, for many residents, waiting for repairs to be done causes a great deal of anxiety, discomfort and annoyance. Breda’s diligent and tireless telephoning of contractors, office staff, consultants, etc has, on many occasions, prevented tenants becoming desperate by her reassurance that someone does care. !Care Chef ’99 – Julie Lister First working as cook for the Royal Masonic Benevolent Association’s Fair





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