Finalists in the Great British Care Awards 2021

October 25, 2021 Homecare Services

Finalists in the Great British Care Awards 2021

The Great British Care Awards celebrate excellence across the care sector. The awards pay tribute to individuals and teams who have demonstrated outstanding excellence.

Cavendish Homecare is proud to announce 3 of their Nurse Managers are finalists in the Great British Care Awards.

The Homecare Manager Award finalist Mairead Liston

This award will be given to the Registered Home Care Manager who has demonstrated a high level of expertise together with exceptional skills in managing the complex business of running a home care business. A Manager who shows vision in developing person-centered care and supporting staff to meet the ever-changing needs of the service users.

Mairead is a Registered Nurse and Midwife. For the past thirty-five years, Mairead has led both hospital and home-based care services in London spanning from both the NHS and Private sector. Cavendish Homecare has an enviable reputation, and thanks to Mairead’s hard work and ethos Cavendish Homecare has achieved an outstanding rating in care from the Care Quality Commission.

The Dignity in Care Award finalist Maggie Candy

This award will be presented to an individual who can demonstrate the significance of maximising client independence and choice, whilst respecting and maintaining privacy and dignity at all times.

Maggie is a Registered Nurse with a considerable background in care home management, both locally and regionally. Maggie has invaluable experience in dementia and care of the elderly is also a John’s Campaign Ambassador. Within Cavendish Homecare she ensures the clinical care provided to clients is always holistic and truly person-centered. Maggie is involved in promoting ideas with both project ECHO and Care Talk’s “Movement for Improvement” initiative.

Housing with Care Award finalist Cathrina Hally

This award will recognise an individual or a team providing person-centered services to vulnerable people living in any kind of supported housing scheme

Cathrina is a Registered and Mental Health nurse whose career has spanned clinical and managerial roles across the NHS, local authorities and within the private sector. Cathrina supports all mental health clients and several complex CCG cases while also keeping abreast with her clinical practice.

We would like to say a huge thank you to all of our very hardworking team. They have continued to provide superior care throughout the pandemic even when faced with challenges.

Good luck!