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Residents of Rivington Park Care Home, Chorley enjoyed a trip to Chorley Town Hall to watch the Skylarks Choir perform a number of their most loved dancing tunes from their youth.
The ladies and gentleman who attended the evening donned their best outfits ready to dance or bop the night away. The town hall was a hype of activity with a number of other local care homes being involved in the evening. This meant the residents had the opportunity to socialise and engage with many other people throughout the night, making new friends whilst talking about past times
Pat Dixon, Registered Manager Said
“It is lovely to see the residents enjoy such an eventful evening, I know many of them were looking forward to the trip and it certainly didn’t disappoint. I love being able to provide our residents with the opportunity of meeting new people in a different environment.”
Venturi Healthcare were recently lucky enough to be invited to the Lancashire Health Hero’s Awards, which recognise the hard work, commitment and passion of those who work within the healthcare sector. We were extremely proud to be invited to the awards, as our colleague Sue Cartwright, Clinical Operations Manager was nominated for the Health and Social Care Hero Award.
Throughout her time with Venturi Healthcare, Sue has focused on developing and improving the quality of care delivered within the homes. She has been committed to supporting the Registered Managers in their roles ensuring success in all areas. The dedication displayed by Sue has been outstanding, she has had a substantial positive impact on the care delivery and quality of service delivered within each home, at all times, encouraging others to deliver a person centred care approach.
Within her nominations Sue was described as:
“a genuine champion and hero who has touched the lives of many families, colleagues and residents. She has been a mentor and good friend to many of the staff working at Venturi and truly deserved this award”
A number of extraordinary people from different care environments were nominated within the same category and it was lovely to see one of our own be chosen as the overall winner and hero for the Health and Social Care Award!
It was such a proud moment for myself and the Company when we found out Sue had been nominated for such a prestigious award, the fact that she then went on to win the overall Health and Social Hero award was fantastic! Sue gives 110% to her role as Clinical Operations Manager and is admired throughout the orgasnisation by her colleagues for the commitment and passion she displays every day. We are very lucky to have her as part of the Venturi team.