Frontier Support shortlisted for the Great British Care Awards 2022Frontier Support shortlisted for the Great British Care Awards 2022
Here at Frontier Support, we ended 2022 on a high after being shortlisted for a Great British Care Award.
The prestigious awards are a celebration of excellence across the care sector. Its purpose? To pay tribute to those individuals who have demonstrated an outstanding contribution in their field of work.
Housing with Care Award
Frontier was shortlisted for the Housing with Care Award, which champions an individual or a team providing person-centered services to vulnerable people living in any kind of supported housing scheme.
As you may already know, this is exactly the kind of work that we do. We provide supported living services for vulnerable adults to live as independently as possible in their own homes and specialise in support for complex needs and challenging behaviour.
And the winner is…
The ceremony took place in the Hilton Brighton Metropole Hotel and was held on 22nd November. But despite being pipped to the post on the night, here at Frontier we are still over the moon to have had our work and all our efforts recognised.
Tony Piercy, CEO of Frontier Support, says: “It’s fair to say it’s been a challenging time for care sector over the past couple of years. The pandemic meant we had to adapt to new ways of working, while making sure the first-class service we provide to the people we support was top notch.
“Despite the ever-evolving challenges 2020 and 2021 threw our way, we continued to deliver second-to-none support to our clients. And this is something we continue to do today. That’s because, at Frontier, we believe that everybody deserves the opportunity to live their life to the full. And it’s our job to help them do so, no matter how big the challenge.
“We might not have scooped the award this time round, but we’d like to say a massive congratulations to all award winners on the night.”
For 2022’s awards, there were 21 award categories available for nomination, all of which represent different areas of the social care sector.
From specialist services to residential or home care. It also covers different frontline staff such as care workers, care managers and those who have made an impact in other ways such as training and innovation.