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2nd August 2017
The Arches Care Home in east Belfast, operated by the Four Seasons Group, has picked up two major UK prizes at the The National Learning Disabilities & Autism Awards which took place in Birmingham recently.

Over 650 people from the learning disabilities and autism sector attended the event including people with a learning disabilities, charities, private care providers, residential and nursing homes as well as local hospital trusts. The night amounts to a celebration of those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their field of work.

The Arches Nursing Team won the coveted ‘The Learning Disability Nurse Award’ in which a team of three nurses was nominated as Arches manager Judy Brown could not separate them.

"We entered Catherine McAllister, Paul Lundy and Suzanne Johnston as one nursing team which reflects the teamwork approach we take to looking after our residents at The Arches. We give all of our residents full attention and respect and we try to make their lives here as regular and as enjoyable as possible. That includes day trips, nights out and even foreign holidays. The Arches is a special care home and Paul, Catherine and Suzanne are an important part of our team.”

The home also picked up an award for Supporting Older People with Learning Disabilities.

Judy was delighted with the prizes and paid tribute to her colleagues:
"Everyone here was delighted to even be shortlisted and I was excited travelling over to the awards. In the end though it was a special night and I was absolutely thrilled for our staff, our residents and their families that the level of care we provide has been recognised with these awards.”

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