November Employee of the Month

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Congratulations to all our care staff who have won Care Worker of the Month award for November! Every month, our Branch Managers select one care worker who had gone above and beyond in their role.

Well done to all the winners!

Aishling Roe – Macclesfield

Aishling is a Senior Care Assistant at Templar Lodge, she is a very conscientious care worker, always going the extra mile for the residents. Ash is very passionate about getting everything done to the highest standard and an asset to the team.

Christopher-Roy Brown – Dundee

Christopher-Roy has been nominated for the outstanding support and dedication he has shown to the branch.

Gillian Fleming – East Lothian

Gillian has been a Care Assistant with Allied for many years and is an exceptional care worker. She is very reliable and dedicated to her work and always goes the extra mile.

Chardane Parkinson – Falkirk

Chardane has been actively donating food hampers, through charity work, to support vulnerable clients over the Christmas period.

Amy Gavryluk – Fraserburgh

Amy started her journey with Allied in October 2019, she has worked extremely hard during this time and has become a valued part of the Mintlaw Care Team. She is reliable, professional and always has a smile on her face.

Amy has been nominated by the office staff for her commitment to the role, her dedication to her clients and because she is a naturally caring person who loves her job. The feedback from the clients she supports is always positive and they are very happy with the care she delivers. Amy is flexible and adaptable and always goes above and beyond to support the service. She has recently stepped up to become a Care Coach for the area and is a Key Worker regarding the collection of Clients medication.

Beata Tomczyk – Lanarkshire

Beata has supported the Lanarkshire branch recently by traveling out of her usual route to support a client. Clients and staff enjoy working with Beata and leave only positive feedback.

Denise Clark – Bangor

Denise has gone above and beyond this month taking it upon herself to wallpaper a client’s living room to make it clean and comfortable ready for Christmas. Amazing work Denise!

Rachel Jones – Colwyn Bay

Rachel has often put her own personal commitments aside and gone on duty to ensure her clients have the care and support they need. Her communication with branch and fellow care workers is of a high standard, she ensures that all clients’ needs are met, and any changes are actioned. Rachel has also played a part in the care coaching of new care workers and introducing them to the Allied team. Rachel has a gentle, kind nature and has used this attribute throughout this pandemic in reassuring her colleagues and customers.

Bethan Evans-Jones – Dolgellau

Bethan continues to show dedication towards her client’s health and wellbeing.

Natasha Edwards – Ebbw Vale

Since Natasha started with Allied Healthcare she has proven herself to be a naturally caring person and has built meaningful relationships with all her clients. Natasha is a very dedicated and reliable member of staff and despite having a second job has picked up extra shifts to ensure all her regular clients receive continuity of care. Natasha has been a huge asset to branch particularly given the current pandemic. Natasha has made excellent impressions with all the clients, ensuring their care is person-centred and they are cared for with dignity and respect.

Codie Jones – Wrexham

Codie was nominated for showing amazing support to all clients the office staff.

Dianne Critchlow – Wirral

Dianne is a long standing member of the Allied Team. She has a great work ethic, is extremely reliable and is a positive mentor for our new care workers.

Jacky Bird – Durham

Jacky has been with Allied since 2002 and is a greatly valued member of the Durham team. One of her service users complimented her on the care she provides:

“Jacky has been my main carer for more than 11 years and richly deserves this award. Jacky is always utterly professional in every aspect of her work, whilst being prepared to go the extra mile to ensure that her clients are comfortable and well.

Jacky has the uncanny knack of knowing her clients better than they know themselves. Even when Jacky had many more clients to look after in the village, Jacky has without fail maintained punctuality – no mean feat for a walker.

Without a doubt, Jacky is a credit to her profession and the company and sets the standard to which all carers should aspire.”

Clare Palmer – Liphook

Clare was nominated for always going above and beyond, working extra hours and supporting the branch where possible. Clare consistently receives positive feedback from clients for going above and beyond to support them.

Jasminda Ubhi – Sutton

Jasminda has gone over and above to help out in the last three weeks, when a client needed urgent support.

Joanna Williams – Basildon

Joanna was nominated for her commitment to giving the best possible support to her clients during this difficult period.

Riyadh Bundi – Bournemouth

Riyadh has recently helped to cover calls, due to staff isolating, and has ensured all clients received their care. Through covering calls, Riyadh has built great relationships with the clients he covered.

Cindy Kenna – Colchester

Cindy has been a dedicated Support Worker and Team Leader. She has been extremely helpful with scheduling shifts in the service she works in, in particular when managing the short notice alterations, which required three sets of alterations within a short space of time.

Cindy has rearranged her life, on more than one occasion, to ensure the continuity of care for the client she works with, and truly goes above and beyond on a regular basis.

Cindy is reliable, forward thinking and hardworking.

Cathleen Harrison – Oxford

Cathy is a dedicated, hardworking Care Assistant. She is an extremely caring and compassionate person, she really puts everyone at ease and consistently delivers a high standard of care.

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