CHD Living shortlisted for award

An award winning, family owned Surrey care group has reason to celebrate after being shortlisted in the prestigious LaingBuisson Awards 2019 in recognition of its outstanding levels of care.

CHD Living, which supports over 800 people across Surrey and South London, is in the running to receive the Residential Care (Smaller Organisation) award. The award recognises excellence in residential care for older people, with a focus on innovation and engagement with service users within a smaller organisation. 

Founded in 1984, CHD Living is a family owned and operated group of care facilities. With 12 residences throughout Surrey, the group also operates two specialist rehabilitation centres and a domiciliary care business, Longdene Homecare. 

CHD Living is committed to instilling a family oriented ethos, delivering a home away from home experience for residents so they can continue to live life their way, as independently as possible.  

Speaking of the nomination, Jon Stanley COO of CHD Living, says: “It’s an honour to have been shortlisted for this award. We have always worked tirelessly to establish a culture of care and compassion which spreads beyond the confines of the facilities themselves.

"We see CHD Living as very much a community and we extend this ethos to our staff, residents and their families. We strive to ensure we offer a whole range of services to meet the needs of our Surrey community and commissioners of services and are delighted that the hard work and dedication of our entire team has been recognised in this way.”

Winners will be announced at the LaingBuisson Awards 2019 presentation evening, which is due to take place in London on Wednesday 13 November 2019.

The shortlist comes during an already exciting time for the company, which is preparing for the opening of its latest residential facilities, Brownscombe Lodge and Cottage in Haslemere, Surrey. 

Located in the grounds of Brownscombe House Nursing Home, the new lodge will be a beautiful residential care home, set within three acres of landscaped gardens, while Brownscombe Cottage has been tastefully converted into eight assisted living apartments.