Recognising our belmont heroes

The past twelve months have been really hard work for everyone working in social care, but true to the nature of the people that do, they rolled their sleeves up and got on with the job to look after those they dedicate their working lives to.

Here at Belmont Healthcare the dedication and service was no less. The caring teams across all four care home sites in Kent and East Sussex went above and beyond of what was asked of them.

In recognising their courageous actions and selfless contribution every employee at Belmont Healthcare has received a certificate of appreciation for their dedicated contribution during the covid-19 pandemic.

Adam Hutchison, Managing Director ant Belmont Healthcare said: “No one knew what they would be faced with during 2020, but it’s fair tosay it has been an emotional rollercoaster and extremely tough at times!

“The strength of our team culture has really shone through. Our care homes are families, our extended families where we care for each other and the amazing individuals who have chosen our homes as theirs.

“It’s important our staff are recognised officially for going above and beyond, what they did wasn’t in their job description, it’s a credit to them, their sense of team, their compassion and care for those they support that pulled all of us through a very rough year.”

Accompanying the certificates were rainbow pin badges of hope featuring the Belmont slogan ‘We are Belmont’.  Now worn with that Belmont team pride, every single Belmont Healthcare member of staff can feel proud of what they have achieved.

To learn about how the Belmont Healthcare caring culture is different watch Adam Hutchison, Managing Director at Belmont Healthcare explain this refreshing new approach:

Belmont Healthcare offers multiple forms of long or short, respite and day care, or athome care for those in need of support. Specialising in enhanced care and support of older people, care is alsooffered for those living with Dementia and other life changing conditions suchas Parkinson’s disease. Our homes are perfectly situated in delightful settingsaround the UK and provide a very homely atmosphere whilst being safe and securemaking the people we care for feel right at home.

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