Getting stopped by a member of the public!

We would like to congratulate Sara and Gulshan for a recent event that makes working in care one of the most rewarding jobs!

Sara and Gulshan were on an outing with two young service users with complex learning difficulties early this week. They had taken them bowling and then on to Costa Coffee for a warm drink. What happened next is something that makes us proud to employ people who really enjoy their job and understand the service users needs. Their needs mean that they have to be fed by spoon, this was observed and recognised by a member of the public known as ‘Mrs Davies’. She came over to commend Sara and Gulshan on what a fantastic job they were doing and asked who they worked for.

Later that day Mrs Davies made a call to the office to let us know she had been amazed what a fantastic job the girls were doing with the young service users, she felt the need to call and let us know, which we as a whole team thoroughly appreciate.

Mostly this care and compassion goes largely unrecognised, so when a positive event like this happens it makes us want to really celebrate it.

Well done girls, keep up the good work!

 

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