The Rehability Awards for Greatness, gives each employee, person we support and their families an opportunity to nominate someone they feel has provide an exceptional service during the year.
The awards recognise the amazing work our staff do on a daily basis and showcases some of the outstanding commitment each individual delivers.
The Rehability Awards are held yearly, and we recognise the great work each person does with the following categories:
The categories are:
Support Worker of the Year
Support workers are the bedrock of everything we aim to achieve: without these frontline heroes, there is no Rehability UK. We salute you. We admire you. We thank you. The winner of this category is a frontline superhero.
Newcomer of the Year
Some people make an impact right from the beginning. This award is for making a difference to others , and for getting their career with RUK off to a fabulous flying start.
Team of the Year
There’s no “I” in TEAM, but there is an “I” in INCREDIBLE, and that’s what this group of people are. The individual members have come together to achieve so much more by working as a whole.
Team Player of the Year
This award goes to the person who has inspired the people in their team to join them in excelling at what they do.
Manager of the Year
This award will be given to the Manager who has demonstrated a high level of expertise together with exceptional skills in managing the complex business of running a home.. A Manager who shows vision in developing person centred care and supporting staff to meet the ever changing needs of the service users.
Outstanding Contribution to Care
This special award will be presented to the individual whom the judges believe has made a long-term outstanding contribution to social care. We're looking for someone who's made a long-term outstanding contribution. If you have worked with someone exceptional over the years who has excelled or inspired , please nominate them.
Make a difference award
We all know someone who just cracks on and gets things done, not looking for hurrahs or fanfares. These are very special people, who we rely on and should be celebrated for their quiet dedication.