Caring Liz nominated for national award

Local lady Liz Calderbank has been nominated for a national award for her outstanding services to the care sector. As a Caregiver for national at-home care company Home Instead Senior Care, Liz consistently goes above and beyond to deliver outstanding service to her clients. As a result Liz is one of only ten finalists nationally and is now a contender for the prestigious title of ‘Caregiver of the Year’.

Liz is 46 and lives in Hazel Grove. She was put forward for the award by David and Joanna Moore who own and runs the Stockport office of Home Instead Senior Care. In nominating Liz, David said: “Liz is a truly fantastic caregiver who is utterly dedicated to all of her clients. One lady Liz cares for was only able to attend a family holiday because Liz volunteered to come along as her full-time caregiver. Liz didn’t even bat an eyelid at having to leave her family and travel with her client and even helped to provide her with a whole new wardrobe of clothes for the holiday!”

David continued: “Liz has had to provide end of life care recently to a couple of her long term clients. Despite this being an extremely hard and emotional task, Liz handled it with her usual professionalism and the family raved about her positive and calming presence in such a difficult time. Liz is kind, caring and utterly dedicated to all of her clients and as such she is the ideal candidate for this accolade as she thoroughly embodies the Home Instead ethos.”

Home Instead now has over 80 offices across the UK and all offices were invited to nominate a caregiver for the prestigious award. The company’s national head office has interviewed each of the 10 finalists and the winner will be announced at the organisation’s national conference which is to take place in September.

For more information on the services offered by Home Instead Senior Care Stockport, call 0161 491 2925 or visit: www.homeinstead.co.uk/stockport.

A group of Home Instead CAREGivers talking
Family welcoming a Home Instead care manager into their home