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The Norfolk Care Awards have ten categories all with clear judging criteria. Select a category below and complete the form section to make a nomination. If you have any problems submitting your nominations please contact info@norfolkcareawards.co.uk

1Delivering excellence through learning and development
City College Norwich

Judging Criteria

  • There are effective systems in place for gathering information about learning and development needs across the organisation
  • The organisation has a plan for delivering learning and development programmes which meet the needs of the individual and the organisation
  • There are examples of practice which have been enhanced by the delivery of learning and development programmes

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(only organisations who have been rated good or outstanding will be short-listed for the Norfolk Awards)


In no more than 300 words (per question) please tell us:
2Effective Coordination of End of Life Care
Gordon Barber Funeral Homes

Judging Criteria

  • There are systems for establishing and reviewing advance care plans
  • All staff understand the importance of effective coordination of End of Life care
  • There are practical examples of effective coordination of End of Life care that has made a difference to the individual and their families

or

(only organisations who have been rated good or outstanding will be short-listed for the Norfolk Awards)


In no more than 300 words (per question) please tell us:
3Excellent Person Centred Care and Support
Norfolk Independent Care

Judging Criteria

  • There are effective systems in place to ensure the individuals who need care and support are involved in planning their care and support services
  • All staff actively engage people who need care and support in planning their care service
  • There are examples of people who need care and support leading the delivery of their care services

or

(only organisations who have been rated good or outstanding will be short-listed for the Norfolk Awards)


In no more than 300 words (per question) please tell us:
4Excellence in Delivering Dementia Care

Judging Criteria

  • There are practical examples of the implementation of new and innovative thinking to improve the quality of care and support provided to people with dementia
  • Everyone delivering the service understand the needs of people with dementia
  • A focus on Relationship Centred care to support personal outcomes

or

(only organisations who have been rated good or outstanding will be short-listed for the Norfolk Awards)


In no more than 300 words (per question) please tell us:
5Team Award – Together Everyone Achieved More

Judging Criteria

  • Team communication is proven to be excellent and effective
  • There is a common team goal that everyone understands and works towards
  • There are examples of practice where the team has achieved more than a group of individuals working together

or

(only organisations who have been rated good or outstanding will be short-listed for the Norfolk Awards)


In no more than 300 words (per question) please tell us:
6Motivational Leadership

Judging Criteria

  • The motivational leader has made the vision, mission and values come alive for their team and the people who use care and support services
  • The motivational leader acts as a positive role model, provides mentoring and informal development opportunities for team members and engages positively with key stakeholders
  • There are practical examples of how the motivational leader has empowered team members to make a difference to the quality of the care and support offered to people who need care and support and the culture of the organisation

or

(only organisations who have been rated good or outstanding will be short-listed for the Norfolk Awards)


In no more than 300 words (per question) please tell us:
7Promoting Dignity and Respect in Every Day Life
Cozens Hardy

Judging Criteria

  • All staff are aware of the importance of dignity and respect and actively engage in promoting dignity and respect in every area of the work that they do
  • A culture of promoting dignity and respect is shared throughout the organisation and involves non care workers, visitors to the care service and dignity and respect within staff teams
  • There are practical examples of how care and support services have been enhanced through the promotion of dignity and respect

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(only organisations who have been rated good or outstanding will be short-listed for the Norfolk Awards)


In no more than 300 words (per question) please tell us:
8Rising Star

Judging Criteria

  • Someone who has been delivering social care or health services for no longer than eighteen months who has demonstrated an understanding and empathy with people who use care and support services and is always willing to go the extra mile

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(only organisations who have been rated good or outstanding will be short-listed for the Norfolk Awards)


In no more than 1000 words please tell us:
9Collaborative Working

Judging Criteria

  • This new category has been developed to showcase how health and care services work together to improve a persons quality of life, or access treatment that avoids hospital admissions and delayed discharge. Examples of a collaborative working: The care service and GP surgery, The community health team between different care services.
  • It needs to be a working relationship with another agency.

or

(only organisations who have been rated good or outstanding will be short-listed for the Norfolk Awards)


In no more than 300 words (per question) please tell us:
10Harold Bodmer Outstanding Achievement Award
Norfolk County Council brand

Judging Criteria

  • The Outstanding Achievement Award represents the highest expression of recognition for sustained advancement of social care. This award will be awarded to someone who has attained unusual distinction in social care and who has demonstrated outstanding achievement and leadership.
  • This award recognises outstanding performance by a member of the social care community who has been distinguished by a continued commitment to excellence in endeavours of quality of service, policy change, innovation and leadership.​
  • Leadership will have been demonstrated by the individual’s achievements and sustained commitment to building and shaping quality of care in Norfolk. The individual’s contributions will have greatly influenced and enriched people's lives.

or

(only organisations who have been rated good or outstanding will be short-listed for the Norfolk Awards)


Please fill in at least one category.