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A West Midlands-based complex care provider is in contention for a prestigious national healthcare sector award after being named as a finalist.
Almond Care, based in Nuneaton, is one of just five organisations from across the UK to have been named as finalists in the Homecare Category of the Laing Buisson Awards, which recognise excellence in the healthcare sector.
Almond Care, which is owned and managed by experienced clinicians Julia and Arno Senah, provides complex care for adults and children at home, creating bespoke care packages to meet the specific needs of each client.
The organisation places a strong emphasis on meeting the wider needs of each client, enabling them to maintain as much independence and control as possible as they live with conditions including traumatic brain injury (TBI), acquired brain injury (ABI), spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and muscular dystrophy, as well as long term ventilation.
Julia Senah said: “I’m delighted that Almond Care has been named as a finalist in the Homecare category at the Laing Buisson Awards. These are prestigious awards and there is strong competition in the sector from across the UK.
“Here at Almond Care, we are committed to delivering the highest standards of care and support to those with the most complex needs, through strategies including the specific recruitment of care teams with the skills needed to care for each client.”
Julia Senah has had previous success at the Laing Buisson Awards, having been named as the winner of the Entrepreneur of the Year category at last year’s awards.
This year’s winners will be announced at a ceremony in London on 29 November.