Chetwynd House Care Home in Chilwell, Nottingham, part of family-run Adept Care Homes, has been crowned ‘Winner’ for Best Facilities Management, Maintenance or Housekeeping Team in the national Care Home Awards 2023. The Adept Care Homes group of 7 homes, including Chetwynd House also received a High Commendation for Outstanding Small Care Provider for the third year running.
The Care Home Awards is one of the most highly regarded accolades available in the UK’s health and social care sector which celebrates the good work, innovative thinking and excellence in care which continue to drive the sector. Team surprised the residents with the exciting news at Chetwynd House.
“It’s amazing that our hard work has been recognised, The Chetwynd House team is fundamental to residents’ experiences of care and their quality of life. Our maintenance and housekeeping team, equipped with an understanding of the foundations, with sound leadership can not only develop, but implement, review and manage their ability to deliver on our vision, that Chetwynd House should always be ‘a superb place to live or work.’
The maintenance and housekeeping team’s willingness to go above and beyond their roles and the initiatives they had developed to improve care and reduce costs.,” said Gerry Smith, Estates Manager for Adept Care Homes and Chetwynd House Care Home.
“I can’t believe anyone is more deserving of this award than the team at Chetwynd House. The team are a valued part of our everyday life here and as part of the residents committee, we just want to say thank you to every single one.” – said John Jones, Resident.
Area Support Manager, Kirsty Carter said “We are absolutely thrilled to have won. Last year Chetwynd House received a high commendation for Best in Food, Dining and Nutrition, so to win another award this year is amazing. This has been an extraordinarily difficult year for the care sector and our team have performed superbly. These awards are a fitting reward for all their hard work and dedication to our residents, their loved ones, and the communities we serve. I couldn’t be prouder of them.”