Henry is a Support Worker at Highdowns, a residential home in Cornwall. He was nominated for his work in organising an excursion to watch a football match at Plymouth Argyle.
Henry planned and actioned the very successful trip as part of a 2:1 team for a person we support. He has been part of this person’s support team since his transition, supporting him when others found his behaviours a significant challenge.
Not only was this an achievement for Henry, but he has also empowered other members of the team to challenge themselves. They are seeing the personal rewards it brings as well as the benefit to the people we support. Future activities are planned, with Henry at the forefront detailing which activities to partake in next with the say-so of the people we support.
Henry says: “I love my job, although being with JE doesn’t feel like work. I hope what JE and myself have achieved so far is just the start. May he overcome many more challenges and obstacles in his life and I hope to continue to be by his side when he does so. Thank you for the award, I will strive to see it again in future.”
Keep up the great work Henry!
Nita Fayers has worked at Ivers for five years. She was promoted from Support Worker to Senior, then Deputy Manager through her dedication and hard work. Home Manager Anita More, says: “Nita has gone from strength to strength in her new role, is keen to learn and be of assistance to all. She has remained a team player and continues to lead by example, provide support and guidance, while maintaining close relationships with relatives and professionals.”
Natalie Allen is Practice Lead at a Supported Living home in Kent and ‘makes things happen’ for the people who live there despite personal life-changing news. She was nominated by her manager, who says: “This lady has been remarkable. Her talent and knowledge has really shone through, having a positive impact on the people supported and the team.”