Cheshire Coordinator is a Finalist at National Dementia Care Awards
Wednesday, 26th September 2018
Amie Blott is a Home Care Coordinator at the Wilmslow branch of Carefound Home Care. She was nominated for the Dementia Care Champion Award which recognises an exceptional person who has done great things in improving the life of people living with dementia.
“I am delighted to have been made a national finalist for this dementia care champion award. Supporting people living with dementia means a huge amount to me and I feel very proud to help people living with the condition in Cheshire and spread awareness by helping local people and organisations become Dementia Friends.”
Winners of the National Dementia Care Awards will be presented with their trophies by Hazel Blears at the high profile Gala Night held on Thursday 8th November at the Hilton Brighton Metropole attended by over 400 guests.
About the Awards:
The National Dementia Care Awards is an annual event organised by The Journal of Dementia Care, a multidisciplinary journal for all professional staff working with people with dementia, in hospitals, nursing and residential care homes, day units and the community. The awards were created to recognise the very best people in the dementia care sector, whose exceptional work and contributions make better, person-centred care a reality. There were 16 categories to enter overall and there were four or five finalists in each category. All finalists will meet with two independent judges for each category on 12th October at the Awards’ Judging Day at the Hilton London Metropole.