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October 11, 2011

Carer Recognised With Award (UK)

10th October 2011

A group of specialist homes in the South-east for people with an acquired brain injury (ABI) has presented a coveted award to a Redhill carer.
George Abraham, a senior carer at Acorn Court in Redhill, has been presented with Enable Care's Heart of Gold Award.
The Heart of Gold Awards, which were launched by Enable in 2009, are nominated by residents, relatives, co-workers, suppliers and social workers.
Their aim is to thank employees for their continued care and compassion.
Malvindar Singh, Redhill ABI unit manager, said: "All of our colleagues have a heart of gold and perform an exceptional job of making the lives of all the residents more comfortable and enjoyable on a daily basis.
“George is a very deserving winner of this award.
“The residents love spending time with him, and he always makes sure they have a great time."
George has been a senior carer at Acorn Court ABI unit since June 2011 and received many nominations for the award.
He was presented with an etched glass plaque and an Armani watch in a ceremony at the care home by director Keith Hawley and home manager Monica Prosser.
A spokesman for Enable Care said previous Heart of Gold Award winners have proved to be inspirational ambassadors, encouraging colleagues to provide the highest levels of care and dedication to their residents and the home.
Enable Care provides services for people with complex medical and physical needs and slow rehabilitation through a range of stimulating activities and recreational opportunities.


SOURCE:    Redhill and Reigate Life
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