The team from one of our residential services in West Sussex was joined by CEO Robbie Shanahan and Regional Area Manager (PBS Services), Meraud Davis, at the National Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards in Birmingham on Friday evening, where they celebrated the achievements of Holly Walsh, Support Worker, and Richard Gray, Deputy Service Manager, at the service who were both finalists for the prestigious Awards.

Holly Walsh was selected as a finalist for the Support Worker Award, showcasing her dedication and exceptional care in her role. Richard Gray was honored as a finalist for the Outstanding Contribution to Care Award, reflecting his significant impact and commitment to improving the lives of those with learning disabilities and autism.

Aspens team members Scarlett Errington, Jade Parfoot, Denise Bennett, Karen Jeram, Rosie Compton and Marta Kazmierczak also attended the event to show their support. 

The event was a testament to the hard work and passion of all the finalists and winners. Those that attended commented on how inspiring it was to be among such dedicated individuals who are making a real difference in the social care sector. 

Congratulations to Holly, Richard, and all the other finalists and winners at the Awards for their incredible achievements. 

We are enormously proud of our team members and their contributions, and we look forward to continuing to support and celebrate their outstanding work.

View the list of winners here.