Gold Care Homes were successful in winning The Compassion in Care Award at the prestigious Hertfordshire Care Awards, hosted at Knebworth House.
Autumn Vale’s Shameem Chowdhury outshone his competition with his unparalleled efforts as an Activities Coordinator, resulting in this commendable win. Shameem was rewarded for his creative activities schedule within his home, promoting the residents’ cognitive function and engaging their emotional intelligence. Thinking outside of the box, Shameem also created opportunities for residents and family members to interact during activities and build lasting memories.
Shameem said “I’m privileged to be recognised by the HCPA. This award is testament to the hard work of all the Autumn Vale staff, who are driven to deliver the best user experience for our residents. I dedicate this award to all my co-workers who are truly inspirational”.
In addition, Sophie Ingram, Deputy Manager at Halcyon Days (Graveley), was also a nominated finalist for the ‘Made a Difference Award’.
Ravi Gidar, Managing Director at Gold Care Homes said: “Gold Care Homes has been going through a fantastic transformation in Hertfordshire. I’m extremely pleased for both Shameem and Sophie who are leading stars for their respective homes. To be recognised by the HCPA is a great achievement for our organisation.”
Sam Cheekoory, COO at Gold Care Homes also commented: “Both Shameem and Sophie have developed their careers while at Gold Care Home. We are avid investors in our staff and this award and finalist nomination proves our people are performing to exceptional levels.”