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Super Stella wins for Strode
Stella Davies has won the Ancillary Support Award at this Year’s Kent Integrated Care Alliance (KICA) awards.
The 4th Annual Care Awards took place on Friday (20 September) in Maidstone.
Strode Park Foundation were up for three awards on the evening. Stella Davies for the Ancillary Support Award, Aimee Edwards for the Innovation Award and Strode Park House Leads, including Debra Seager, Josh Sandy, Amy Floyd, Pauline Hagan, Elliot Kennett, Sherri Fryer, Natalie Taylor and Rebekah Chant for the Care Team Award.
Stella came first in her category. She said: “It feels really unreal and I’m totally in shock. I couldn’t have done it without all the support from everyone at Strode Park House but mainly thank you to our residents.”
The awards are designed to celebrate the work carried out in the care sector in Kent.
Director of Care, John Cotterill, added: “We have a fantastic care team here at Strode Park Foundation and being shortlisted for these awards is evidence of their dedication and commitment to delivering the best care possible for our people. Everyone nominated from Strode Park deserved to win and I hope that these nominations and getting to the final alone will help them to recognise that they are all fab people doing a fab job.”
Stella will now automatically be entered in the nominations for the Great British Care Awards South East section in Brighton in November.