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The Regard Awards – Celebrating Excellent Support - Winners for this quarter

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Congratulations to the following team and individuals who have won this quarter’s internal awards. They will receive a framed certificate, pin badge and a £50 voucher (£100 for teams).

Outstanding Team

Winners: The Pipwell Manor Team, East Region

The Pipwell Manor team were nominated by Viv Collin who said, “Pipwell Manor is the Phoenix in Regard. It has only been open since February 2015 but the team have overcome many challenges. This is entirely due to the hard work and dedication of Ashley and his team of staff. Today Pipwell has ‘green’ audits and a strong team who have the determination to succeed. The staff work tirelessly to cover shifts themselves to keep consistency for the people we support. They actively engage with the individuals and bring laughter into the house.”


Crescent Road - Wales and North West

Cerrig Cornel - Wales and North West

Operations Team (Evette Townley and Lindsey Cooke) - Wales and North West

Kingston Office - Kingston

Rhyme House - Kent and East Sussex

Whitehatch - London, Surrey & Hampshire

Continuous Improvement

Winner: Sheila Lawrence, Support Worker, Whitehatch; London, Surrey and Hampshire

Sheila was nominated by Jane Burse who said, “Sheila started with Regard in January 2016. She has gone from strength to strength over recent months and has embraced the ‘shift leading’ role, working hard to ensure a shift runs smoothly. Sheila is passionate about healthy eating and has used her experience of working in a school kitchen to produce recipes using fresh ingredients and “cooking from scratch”. The individuals we support are really enjoying the new menu ideas which support their weight management and well-being. Sheila has a positive attitude and is really working hard in her role. She loves to learn and is willing to try new things.”


The Homeleigh Team - Wales and North West

Living Our Values

Winner: Trevor Wilcox, Service Manager, Cloverdale, Kent and East Sussex

Theresa Cook nominated Trevor, saying “In October I arranged to meet with Sue, from Chailey Heritage Foundation and a young man that she wanted to find support for. The visit was the first visit for the young man to any provider. When he arrived he was very nervous but Trevor got down onto his knees on the young man’s level. He found out what he liked and bantered with him on his level. To see this young man using his communication aides as well as laughing and relaxing by the end of his visit was amazing. Most of all to see the smile on the young man’s face and hearing the feedback from Sue after the visit made me so proud to be part of a company that really cares. “


Heather Jupp - Livingstone Road Kent and East Sussex

The Tolworth Team - London, Surrey and Hampshire

Pipwell Manor


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



Specialism: Adults with learning disability, some of whom may have additional complex needs including: epilepsy; mental health needs; autism and/or mobility issues

Cloverdale House


Specialism Complex care packages including adults with Autism - both high and low functioning, Epilepsy, Alternating Hemiplegia, Angelman’s Syndrome. We support service