Celebrating Excellence: Jean's Lifetime Achievement Award

At Home Instead Greenwich & Bexley, we're immensely proud to announce a momentous occasion in our journey - the recognition of our Deputy Care Manager, Jean, with a prestigiou

At Home Instead Greenwich & Bexley, we’re immensely proud to announce a momentous occasion in our journey – the recognition of our Deputy Care Manager, Jean, with a prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award. This accolade, a Civic honour bestowed upon her by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, stands as a testament to Jean’s unwavering dedication and remarkable contributions to our community.

Jean’s journey is one of passion, commitment, and selflessness. With an outstanding 51 years of service in the social care sector, she epitomizes the values we hold dear at Home Instead. As a trained nurse and an exemplary leader, Jean has not only served as a beacon of hope and compassion but has also played a pivotal role in shaping the landscape of care provision in our borough.

Her remarkable career spans decades of service, during which she has touched the lives of countless individuals, both within our organization and beyond. Jean’s commitment to excellence extends far beyond her managerial role; it permeates every aspect of her work, leaving an indelible mark on all those she encounters.

One of Jean’s most remarkable qualities is her unwavering dedication to nurturing the next generation of caregivers. Through her tireless efforts, she has trained hundreds of nurses and carers, instilling in them the values of empathy, professionalism, and dignity in care. Her mentorship has empowered countless individuals to become the best versions of themselves, ensuring that our community receives nothing but the highest standard of care.

Beyond her professional achievements, Jean’s impact transcends into the realm of philanthropy and community engagement. Her fundraising endeavours and volunteer work with isolated older people exemplify her deep-rooted commitment to enhancing the social, economic, and physical well-being of our community. Jean’s altruism serves as an inspiration to us all, reminding us of the profound difference one individual can make in the lives of many.

As we celebrate Jean’s Lifetime Achievement Award, we extend our heartfelt gratitude for her unwavering dedication, her compassionate spirit, and her tireless advocacy for those in need. Her legacy will continue to inspire us, guiding our efforts as we strive to uphold the highest standards of care and service excellence.

At Home Instead Greenwich & Bexley, we are privileged to have Jean as a cornerstone of our organisation, and we look forward to continuing our journey together, enriching the lives of those we serve and honouring the remarkable legacy of our dear colleague and friend.