The Staffordshire County Council awards recognise care services and individuals who ensure people in care are treated with dignity and respect.
The Midlands partnership NHS foundation trust, who operate Leek Moorlands Hospital were winners of the Community Award for maintaining dignity by ensuring that people are active members of their local community along with village choir in Brindley Ford
The Leadership Award went to Ron and Julie Jeffries from Allan House in Blythe Bridge with Trish Jones from Grace Care Group being Highly Commended.
Alan White, Deputy Leader at Staffordshire County Council and Cabinet Member for Health, Care and Wellbeing said:
“Once again it is great to see such a range of carers being recognized, from those working in large carer organisations to those in specialist care homes and especially those looking after family members and relatives.
“One thing all these people have in common is that they put dignity at the heart of everything they do. That’s why we host our awards which gives us the chance to celebrate this and thank them for the great work they do and the difference they make to people’s lives. I would like to pass on my congratulations to all the winners and runners up and to everyone who puts dignity at the centre of everything they do.”
The awards were presented by guests including Jan Burns MBE The National Dignity Council Chair