“The Great British Care Awards are all about recognising and celebrating excellence in social care and raising the profile of this crucial health and wellbeing sector..."
Ringwood, Hampshire, United Kingdom (PRWEB) December 22, 2011
Karen Rayner, a founding Partner at The Wealth Care Partnership (TWCP), was shortlisted in The Great South East Care Awards 2011 for the development of ‘Care2Plan’ (http://www.care2plan.co.uk), a powerful yet easy to use online care fees planning tool designed specifically for people looking at ways to fund the long term care of elderly relatives and loved ones.
The Care Innovator Award recognises those who have shown exceptional entrepreneurial skills in identifying, developing, implementing and establishing a new service, administrative system or product for the benefit of staff, the business and users of the service.
Karen said: “The Great British Care Awards are all about recognising and celebrating excellence in social care and raising the profile of this crucial health and wellbeing sector and we are particularly honoured to have been recognised by the care industry itself. The shortlisting for ‘Care Innovator Award’ adds to our success at the Health Insurance Awards in October, when we won the Best Long Term Care Intermediary for 2011.”
The awards for the South East were held in Brighton on Friday 25 November, during which TWCP stood out as a firm of independent financial advisers being recognised amongst individuals and organisations chosen for their dedication to the delivery of care and support to those with a care need.
Karen adds: “Far from being disappointed at not winning, we take heart from being shortlisted as this indicates recognition of the importance of financial planning along with care planning to ensure the continuing wellbeing of the care recipient and their family. The winner, Penny Canwell of MacIntyre, developed a project for people with Learning Disabilities to support and help them progress, with increasing control and independence and is a very worthy winner.”