Progress Care Housing Association is shortlisted for national care award
Published by lpriest for Progress Housing Group in Housing and also in Care and Support, Communities
Progress Care Housing Association has been shortlisted for the 2014 Independent Specialist Care Awards.
Organised by LaingBuisson, the renowned health and community care information group, the Independent Specialist Care Awards recognises the best performing private and voluntary sector providers working in the provision of social care services for adults with learning or physical disabilities or mental health conditions whether that be in residential care, homecare or specialist hospitals.
Progress Care Housing Association has been shortlisted in the Supported Living category, which celebrates innovation and excellence in providing care services.
The housing association has been recognised for providing high quality housing for individuals with a range of support needs, enabling around 3,000 people with learning and physical disabilities, and those experiencing mental health problems, to lead fulfilling and dignified lives in their own homes.
Philomena Cunningham, Operations Director for Progress Care Housing Association, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be recognised in the Independent Specialist Care awards, which recognise the very best in specialist care across the whole of the UK.
“The fact that we have been shortlisted for this award reflects our commitment to providing a first-class service to our tenants, and finding innovative new ways to improve both the lives of our tenants and the services that we provide in partnership with support agencies."
Progress Care Housing Association will finpd out if they have been successful at the awards finals evening on 12 March at the London Lancaster Hotel.