At Home Care Preferred we appreciate the hard work that our team members put in to ensure we are an award-winning business with our client’s happiness and well-being at its heart. While we are first and foremost colleagues, we are proud to have developed a ‘family’ ethos and we love to socialise as a team outside of work. With summer upon us (and the sun actually shining) it seemed only right to thank our team, friends, family and business associates for their hard-work and on-going support with a summer shin-dig – so that’s what we did!
Our ever generous Managing Director Ken allowed us all to descend upon his lovely home for a Saturday filled with food, drink, laughter, music and dancing. The day was a huge success with young and old alike enjoying the festivities ( our Office Team Members Julie & Pari soon realised that their offspring may have hidden musical talents on both the drums and piano when they discovered Ken’s music room – we’re always promoting self development after all!)
Having so many team members in one place was a real treat as we appreciate that working as a Support Assistant can result in a lot of lone working, and we love taking every opportunity to get together, share experiences and support each other in a fun and relaxed environment. It was also a privilege to have the opportunity to thank our friends and business associates for their unrivalled support of Home Care Preferred and all that we do, we couldn’t ask for better cheerleaders and thank each and every one of you for helping us to achieve all that we have so far, new business relationships were made and old ones were strengthened – a happy, successful day for all.
A huge thank you to Ken and all those who helped out before, on and after the event – it was a roaring success that we will be making an annual event – a big shout out to all those team members who sadly couldn’t be with us because they were out supporting our clients, you truly are heroes.
Watch this space for the next Home Care Preferred get together….
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