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Care Campaign for the Vulnerable is learning of the pressures faced by conscientious led Care Providers striving to offer a caring and safe environment to both service users and staff. Safety monitoring is proving to be a invaluable care assist tool - bringing a more open and transparent culture into care homes as well as saving valuable resources within the care home sector and the NHS

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Care Campaign for the Vulnerable attends evening Gala hosted and organised by CelebFC supporting CCTV in care homes

6th October 2018

THE GATSBY GALA HELD, TO RAISE AWARENESS TO CARE CAMPAIGN FOR THE VULNERABLE

Care Campaign for the Vulnerable sadly announced our Director Jayne Connery very sadly lost her beloved Dad and biggest supporter to CCFTV. Jayne attended the gala in his honour. She said ''It is with huge sadness that I lost my beloved Dad. I know he would have wanted me to attend this Gala as he accompanied me to every one. He was so proud of what CCFTV is achieiving and I know he will always be with us in spirit.''

‘ It was with great sadness I lost my father recently and without doubt he was CCFTV biggest supporter. All of these events my Dad accompanied me too. I know he would have wanted me to attend this gala in aid of Care Campaign for the Vulnerable and I do so tonight in his honour.'' Jayne Connery Founder CCFTV

''I would like to thank Karin Flower Founder of CelebFC who I first met when she contacted me regarding concerns with her mum’s care. It soon developed into a ‘meeting of minds’ and Karin is a huge supporter to Care Campaign. I am truly grateful - not just for her support but friendship also”. Jayne Connery Founder CCFTV

''The night was a great success - thank you to everyone who contributed and for making it so special. My support to Care Campaign for the Vulnerable will continue''. Karin Flower Founder/ Director CelebFC

A night was had by all our supporters who attended the themed Gatsby Dinner Gala organised and hosted by CelebFC Founder Karin Flower in aid of raising awareness to Care Campaign for the Vulnerable. The special evening was sponsored by Care Protect and held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Gerrard’s Cross Buckinghamshire. Special invites went out to families supported by Care Campaign as well as care professionals that show support to Care Campaign’s Safety Monitoring in care homes initiative.

JOY DEY, A FAMILY IN CARE CCFTV SUPPORTED, INVITED TO OUR SPECIAL EVENING

CCFTV delivered a special invite to Joy Dey - a family in care CCFTV supported

The evening was also attended by chosen family members who contacted Care Campaign as well as care industry professionals including the CEO of CarersBUCKS Stephen Archibald, Founders of Adventure with Dementia Rachael Kenyon and Tammy Hulley, Directors Paul Adams and Shaun Keep from Say So , President of the Gerrard’s Cross Rotary Club Desmond Legg, Manj Uppal Sanctuary Care. The special night saw a presentation of Care Campaign for the Vulnerable’s first winner to our Outstanding Carers Award and £500 prize won by Amy Collins a carer from Ashridge Home Care who received the most nominations. A care worker who places clients at the forefront of all she does - going beyond the call of duty when delivering good dedicated care to all her clients.

Christina Graham accepts the Outstanding Carer Award on behalf of her daughter, Amy Collins

''Our work is very much about raising awareness to the much needed change in the sector and we witness sometimes the negative side of the care sector. Families who contact us about care concerns rarely blame care staff. In fact, many say they are so grateful for the dedication and committment of many carers. I am delighted to present our Carers Award to Amy Collins. A very deserving winner''. Amy was unable to make the Gala, eventually receiving her Outstanding Care Award and £500 cash prize

'' CCFTV is grateful so many people are passionate regarding our elderly being safeguarded and protected in care homes. Our CCTV initiative is certainly gaining much momentum and I can’t thank everyone enough for the help and support to Care Campaign for the Vulnerable. I know my Dad would be very proud as I am.''

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