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Regard team are through to the Wales Care Awards Finals 2018


We are pleased to announce that two team members from the Welsh region got through to the finals of the Wales Care Awards, with another team member going through to the judging stage. The Award finals took place on 19 October 2018.

The Wales Care Awards are an annual event run by Care Forum Wales to showcase best practice across the care sector.

Care Practitioner Award - Simon Moore, Cerrig Cornel (won Bronze)

This award includes recognition for the nominee supporting individuals to take as much control over their day to day life decisions as they are able or willing to do, supporting individuals to maintain or regain life skills, recognising the importance of the Key People in individuals’ lives, encouraging community links and work effectively as a team member to support individuals to enjoy a good quality of life.

Promoting Fulfilled Lives - Katie Owen, Caeronnen and Garthowen (won Bronze)

This nominee will have worked extensively with individuals and the key people in their lives, to develop innovation in practice that promotes well-being and enriches individuals’ life experiences. The award reflects the basic nature of change required at every level of service provision to meet the Welsh Government’s Personalisation Agenda, and will be aiming for genuine citizen led services.

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Excellence in Leadership & Management - Amyleigh Normanton, Cerrig Camu (previously managed Garthowen) (won Highly commended)

This award includes recognition for the nominee leading their team to deliver best practice using leadership skills and role modelling , researching current and emerging practice and basing their systems and procedures on evidence based practice, supporting their team to develop into reflective practitioners who question, and challenging and placing the people who use services at the centre of service provision.

Cerrig Cornel


Cerrig Cornel is available for adults 18 years and over.

Specialism: The service is registered to provide support to people who have



Specialism: Garthowen is a registered residential home for adults with Learning Disabilities, Dementia and/or Physical Disabilities which can be complex. The service



Specialism: The service supports adults with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Learning Difficulties, Mental Health, or ABI, substance misuse issues or with a history of

Cerrig Camu Residential Service


The service is able to support individuals from the age of 17 as part of a transitional model of support we promote