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Healthcare Social Care & Pharmaceutical AwardsAwards 2019 2020

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The Basic Package - £595 • Full page of editorial – approx. 900 words • 1 crystal trophy • Personalised digital Logo

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 Marine Academy Primary

GHP Excellence Award

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- South West England Personalised digital logo more and explore how it works alongside parents and caregivers to prepare pupils for the world of today. Marine Academy Primary is dedicated to creating a sustainable learning environment, full of opportunities for all. Specifically, it offers opportunities for many groups in the community.

Primary students to be alert to the emerging technologies and the new possibilities that this will create; they will be flexible, adaptable, evaluative and analytical, able to swiftly adapt to change.

By working together with local strategic partners, Marine Academy Primary has created a learning strategy that will significantly reduce the number of young people not in education employment or training (NEETs) and the aim is to very quickly reach the point at which no student leaving Marine Academy Primary does so without a clear and aspirational pathway.

As such, the school develops its students’ skills so that they can become self-aware, independently minded and confident citizens of the future. Marine Academy Primary constantly seeks to improve education in northwest Plymouth and the City beyond. This personal investment in, and commitment to, education will lift the aspirations and selfconfidence of its entire community for generations to come.

The demands of the 21st century require Marine Academy

Looking ahead, Marine Academy Primary is working with partners to

position the Academy as a place of innovation and development, embracing sustainable achievement, to ensure that the children within the Plymouth community have access to the very finest of resources including the expertise of the University’s staff and also the mentoring and support of the student ambassadors. Education Outside the Classroom means that the school’s children are engaged with their environment, working with the richness and natural beauty of

the school’s region, developing an understanding and knowledge of all that surrounds them, grounding their learning in the relevance of what is around them. Fundamentally, all of this means that Marine Academy Primary pupils and students have access to a unique combination of opportunities that will improve personal futures and Plymouth’s prosperity. This will remain central to the school’s ongoing focus over the years ahead.

Contact Details: Company: Marine Academy Primary Contact: Siobhan Meredith Website: marineacademy.org.uk

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The Primary Package - £995 • Front cover logo • Two pages of editorial – approx. 1,800 words • 1 crystal trophy • Personalised digital Logo • Bespoke digital certificate

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Full page of editorial  Mindme

Best Vulnerable Personal Alarm Development Company – UK & Best Bespoke GPS Tracking Device: Mindme Locate

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Over the past decade Mindme has played a leading role in the development of GPS personal alarms for vulnerable people. The firm’s Founder and Chief Executive has been involved with GPS since it first became commercially available over twenty years ago, and as such is able to draw on a vast wealth of experience to supply innovative solutions that support vulnerable people across the UK. In the very early days Mindme asked Chichester Careline to act as its Response Centre and so began a relationship that continues to this day. When Mindme launched Locate it was not greeted with open arms. The company was accused of breaching Human Rights and/or Privacy issues. Matters came to a head when Sussex Police decided to trial some units and the Daily Telegraph ran a front page headline ‘GPS tags for dementia patients’.

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The news story went viral and was covered by all the UK television news channels, most local radio stations and newspapers from around the world. Carers from all over the country rang national and local radio talk programmes and many told horrendous stories of how their loved one went missing and the trauma it caused the family.

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Today Mindme Locate is the market leader in dementia tracking and is acknowledged to be an important aid in the welfare of people with dementia who wander. It gives device users the freedom to go out alone whilst it gives their carers peace of mind. Looking ahead, Mindme will continue to innovate and adapt to ensure that its solutions remain at the forefront of emerging developments within both the GPS tracking technology and social care markets.

Digital certificate Contact Details: Company: Mindme Contact: Adrian Wolf Website: www.mindme.care

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The Secondary Package - £1295 • Supporting front cover image & headline • Two pages of editorial – approx. 1,800 words • 2 crystal trophies • Personalised digital logo • Bespoke digital certificate

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Hospice of the Western Reserve

Hospice of the Western Reserve

Most Compassionate 2019 - Cleveland Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Hospice of the Western Reserve (HWR) provides hospice of compassionate care. We profile the firm to learn more about the vital work it undertakes. Hospice and palliative care have been Hospice of the Western Reserve’s (HWR) specialties since 1978. Over the past 40 years, the hospice has worked to enhance its service and meet the diverse needs of its patients. As part of this, it has created a range of initiatives, all of which are designed to improve the quality and scope of care.

For example, the Western Reserve Navigator palliative care program complements curative care provided by the patient’s own doctor. When offered concurrently, it provides extra support to manage symptoms, reduce hospital readmissions and enable individuals to be more independent. Alongside this, HWR has also designed a special model of care to integrate palliative care at the point of service within dialysis

centers. Community partnerships have been formed with the dialysis centers and the Kidney Foundation of Ohio. Specialty care for patients with chronic conditions can help alleviate symptoms, improve quality of life and decrease hospitalizations. With the help of medications, clinical support and other interventions offered by a trained staff, patients can benefit much earlier in their illness, beginning with palliative care through hospice care, if that is their choice. The organization’s Moments to Remember Program focuses on enhancing the quality of life

for hospice patients and their families by fulfilling wishes. Specialized care for Veterans is provided through the Peaceful & Proud program. Since its inception, the non-profit agency has cared for more than 120,000 Northern Ohioans. Today, specialized care is provided for cancer, renal disease, COPD, HIV/AIDS, neurodegenerative diseases, heart failure and more. Additionally, a Pediatric Palliative Care team supports children with life-threatening illness. Seeking to provide patients with the highest possible standard of care, the organization advocates for dignity, quality and choice

at the end of life nationally and globally. Together with its sister hospice, Helderberg Hospice in Somerset West, South Africa, Hospice of the Western Reserve recently received the 2018 Global Partnership Award from Global Partners in Care. The award recognizes the exceptional impact the international partnership has played in the delivery of palliative care. It is the organization’s staff that have driven it to the success it enjoys today. HWR offers the region’s largest team of certified hospice and palliative care professionals. Care is provided in private residences, nursing facilities, assisted living

communities and hospitals. Three In-Patient Care Units (hospice houses) offer intensive symptom management in a homelike setting as well as care for the final days. Many nurses have earned the distinctive credential as a Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Nurse (CHPN). All physicians are Board Certified in Hospice and Palliative Medicine, and as such, they are able to offer patients the expert care they need at this vital time in their lives. As part of its drive to support staff and ensure that they are able to provide the exceptional standard of care that patients deserve, HWR’s internal culture

encourages honest dialogue, respect for the feelings, values and cultures of others, teamwork and commitment to mission. A harmonious work environment is fostered by following covenants established by the founders. This culture ensures that the hospice attracts and retains the region’s best skilled hospice professionals. Currently, a comprehensive dementia initiative is underway to reach individuals earlier in the disease process to communicate their long-range healthcare choices. Through collaboration with other dementia experts and community organizations, HWR is working to explore innovative new ways to provide family caregivers with the education,

support and tools they need to provide loved ones with a better quality of life. This development is one of many that will ensure that the hospice remains able to address the ever-growing need for hospice and palliative care over the years to come. By 2030, it is estimated that the number of seniors in Northern Ohio will be almost equal to the number of people under the age of 20. Longer lifespans also mean more seniors are living with chronic disease, creating a growing need for hospice and palliative care services, and as such, HWR will remain committed to providing cutting-edge hospice services and care as it looks towards a bright future.

Contact Details: Company: Hospice of the Western Reserve Name: Laurie Henrichsen Address: 17876 St. Clair Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44110 Telephone Number: 800.707.8922 Web Address: www.hospicewr.org

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Editor’s Choice Package - £2,995 • Main front cover image & headline • Four pages of editorial at the front end of the magazine – approx. 3,000 words • 2 crystal trophies • 1 Wall plaque • Personalised digital logo • Bespoke digital certificate • Personalised press release • 8-Page digital e-brochure of your Inclusion • 50 hard copies of your bespoke brochure

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Cedar House School

Marine Academy Primary

GHP Excellence Award - South West England

Disability Support Centre 2019 - Caribbean

more and explore how it works alongside parents and caregivers to prepare pupils for the world of today. Marine Academy Primary is dedicated to creating a sustainable learning environment, full of opportunities for all. Specifically, it offers opportunities for many groups in the community.

about the crucial support it provides. Tomorrow’s Voices is the brainchild of two parents of autistic children, Ms. Tricia Simons (Crow) and Ms. Thea Furbert. These parents felt that there was a need for a place that could provide handson Applied Behaviour Analysis/ Verbal Behaviour services for children on the Autism Spectrum. With the help of donors, the autism community, friends and family their brainchild became a reality with Tomorrow’s Voices officially opening its doors to clients in October 2007. Today, Tomorrow’s Voices mission is to bring positive change to the lives of individuals

(2 to 21) with autism, pervasive developmental disorders and other developmental delays through research based best educational practices. Tomorrow’s Voices’ aims to provide training to allied health professionals, parents, teachers and others in the Bermuda community regarding the scholarly research cited as best practices in the service delivery to people with disabilities. This organization strives to provide a continuum of care throughout the lifespan of people with autism, pervasive developmental delays and other developmental disabilities an

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Primary students to be alert to the emerging technologies and the new possibilities that this will create; they will be flexible, adaptable, evaluative and analytical, able to swiftly adapt to change.

position the Academy as a place the school’s region, developing an of innovation and development, understanding and knowledge of embracing sustainable all that surrounds them, grounding achievement, to ensure that the their learning in the relevance of children within the Plymouth what is around them. community have access to the very finest of resources including Fundamentally, all of this means the expertise of the University’s that Marine Academy Primary As such, the school develops its staff and also the mentoring pupils and students have access By working together with local students’ skills so that they can and support of the student to a unique combination of strategic partners, Marine become self-aware, independently ambassadors. Education Outside opportunities that will improve Academy Primary has created minded and confident citizens the Classroom means that the personal futures and Plymouth’s a learning strategy that will of the future. Marine Academy school’s children are engaged with prosperity. This will remain central significantly reduce the number Primary constantly seeks to their environment, working with to the school’s ongoing focus over effective and individualized the team can determine the best of young people not in education improve education in northwest the richness and natural beauty of the years ahead. educational program for way to teach them, and craft employment or training (NEETs) Plymouth and the City beyond. children with autism and related a service plan specific to their and the aim is to very quickly This personal investment in, disabilities. current needs. The organisation’s reach the point at which no and commitment to, education centre is unique in that a student leaving Marine Academy will lift the aspirations and selfAs part of its work to achieve Behaviour Analyst provides Primary does so without a clear confidence of its entire community this mission, Tomorrow’stoVoices program oversight and develops and aspirational pathway. for generations come. works with their clients in a 1:1 all of its programs. The analyst capacity Looking with the ahead, aim of reverse will conduct therapy when The demands of the 21st Marine Academy inclusion.Primary In this 1:1 setting with the partners necessary and provide modelling century require Marine Academy is working to staff teach the skills necessary of therapeutic strategies to staff for clients to function and learn and parents. in an inclusive environment. Tomorrow’s Voices’ overall The organisation’s teaching goal is to teach their clients the methods are based on the skills needed to perform more science of Applied Behaviour independently and provide them Analysis and include a variety with better quality of life through of different teaching procedures intensive early intervention. that are taught in both Intensive Teaching and the Natural Within Tomorrow’s Voices’ Environment. All of Tomorrow’s unique generalization framework, Voices’ services are provided in the organisation’s general a safe, nurturing and structured curriculum teaches each child environment with a maximum of critical language skills, functional 1:2 staff to student ratio. activities, socialization, initiation/ spontaneity and generalization Ultimately, the overall goal of of mastered concepts/skills. Tomorrow’s Contact Voices isDetails: to provide These skills are built into every clients with Company: the skills toMarine assist Academy Primary child’s educational program and with their reintegration into their Contact: Siobhan Meredith individualized to meet his or her neighbourhood schools with Website: marineacademy.org.uk learning style and unique needs. minimal supervision and to provide them with a better quality Thanks to the expertise and of life through intervention. This Contact Details: experience of its Founders will remain the organisation’s Company: Tomorrow’s Voices Bermuda Autism Early and staff,2019 Tomorrow’s Voices ongoing focus as it looks towards 10 GHP / Social Care Awards Intervention Centre understands that not every child a bright and exciting future filled Contact: Thea Furbert learns in the same way. Through with opportunities for further Website: www.tomorrowsvoices.bm careful observation, assessment success and expansion of its

and interaction with each child,

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Individual Items: Crystal trophy: £250 GBP Slate trophy: £250 GBP Wall plaque: £250 GBP Personalised digital logo: £195 GBP Personalised digital certificate: £195 GBP

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Home 2019 - Southern England West Sussex and welcoming a wide range of residents to enjoy its renowned hospitality. Having recognised the establishment in this year’s Social Care Awards we profile it to find out more about the services it provides. Caring for up to 45 people aged over 65 and over, the New Grange specialises in supporting those living with dementia. Part of a small independent care group with five homes around the south east of England, all of which care for people living with dementia, the New Grange draws on this expertise to offer its residents the best possible care. In addition to providing specialist care the group invests heavily on the infrastructure of the homes to create comfortable and wellappointed living environments.

Residents are at varying stages of dementia, and as such the establishment’s dedicated and experienced team treat each resident as an individual and provide them with a tailored care plan designed to meet their exact needs. Being based in Worthing offers the New Grange the chance to welcome residents into this picturesque town, but it also has challenges. Worthing has more care beds than any other town in England, mainly because it has been a retirement destination for many decades due to its warm climate. As such, the New

Grange faces stiff competition, but thanks to its dedication to quality and reputation for excellence in dementia care the establishment has flourished over the years. Looking ahead, the New Grange’s future depends on the government’s attitude as to how it

supports local authorities, which support residents and often pay for their care. As such, there are many challenges ahead for the New Grange, but the team will face these valiantly and remain dedicated to ensuring their residents continue to receive the same exceptional standard of care that they have come to expect.

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The New Grange Residential Dementia Care Home Contact Details: Company: The New Grange Residential Dementia Care Home Name: Emma Ronney Address: 10-16 Homefield Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 2HZ Telephone Number: 01903 213 693 Web Address: www.thenewgrange-dementiacarehome.co.uk

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