Posted 11th December 2014
We celebrated our first year anniversary this month by inviting all of our clients, staff and community partners to a special musical concert which featured music by St Peter's Primary School1s award-winning choir at St Peters Church in Mansfield. It boasted a medley of carols, songs and poems by musical professionals. Managing director Scott Marsh said "Our 1st year anniversary is a testament to our staff and how hard they've worked over the past 12 months. It was also a wonderful opportunity for our clients to enjoy a social event especially as some of them don't get the opportunity to go out much. Respectful Cares other owner Mark Docherty and myself will continue to raise the standards of care in Mansfield and Ashfield along with improving the working conditions for our care professionals. A big thank you to all of our industry and community partners for coming along too". Mrs Redfern a client of Respectful Cares' said "It was a wonderful concert especially seeing the children sing so beautifully. I’m really happy that Respectful Care invited me as I only go out occasionally".
Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England. Amanda Ashworth - Locality Manager for the East Midlands, with Skills for Care had the opportunity to hear first hand the positive experiences of the people who have been supported by Respectful Care at their anniversary concert event held on 2nd December. Amanda said "they have clearly worked hard in the their first year to build their reputation as a care provider who respects and cares for both their staff and the people they care for and this was borne out by the endorsements from both on the day. The carol service was a great opportunity for young and old to come together and give thanks to all those who have participated in the development of the success of this company". (Left to right...Respectful Care Managing Director Mark Docherty, Skills for Care Amanda Ashworth & Respectful Care Managing Director Scott Marsh)