Elizabeth Finn Care Homes is celebrating after having been shortlisted for 11 awards.
A wholly owned subsidiary of the charity Turn2us, Elizabeth Finn has been in operation since 1872 when it was set up by the pioneering Elizabeth Finn, who founded the Distressed Gentlefolks’ Aid Association, originally based in her London home.
Operating a portfolio of nine care homes located throughout England, the group has been shortlisted for the Great British Care Awards Care Employer of the Year and the Caring UK Awards Care Group of the Year.
Its Rashwood home in Worcestershire, and its Halliwell home in Kent, have been shortlisted for the Care Home Team awards in their respective regions for the Great British Care Awards, while care workers at Grove Court Suffolk and The Lodge, Exeter have also been shortlisted in their own categories.
Alex Davies, head of marketing and communications at Elizabeth Finn Homes, said: “We are absolutely delighted that our staff and homes have been recognised across so many awards. It is testimony to the hard work everyone puts in to make our homes the best they can be, offering excellent standards of care. It’s the teamwork, communication and going the extra mile that makes the difference. We can’t wait for the awards ceremonies!”