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Georgina Miller Shortlisted for Prestigious NAPA Member Award

1 August 2023

Georgina Miller Shortlisted for Prestigious NAPA Member Award

In the heart of the care industry, there are unsung heroes who go above and beyond to enhance the lives of residents. Georgina Miller, the Wellbeing Manager at Hallmark Care Homes, is one such individual. Her dedication and commitment to excellence in activity provision have earned her a well-deserved spot as a finalist in the prestigious NAPA Member Awards in the ‘Leadership’ category.

The NAPA Member Awards, organised by the National Activity Providers Association, celebrate and recognise outstanding achievements in activity provision. These awards aim to promote best practices in engaging residents and fostering their wellbeing. The nominees are individuals and teams who have demonstrated exceptional dedication and innovation over the past year.

Georgina Miller’s achievements are no secret within Hallmark Care Homes. As the Head of Dementia Care and Wellbeing, April Dobson, proudly attests, “Georgina is an exemplary individual who deserves recognition for her outstanding commitment to excellence in activity provision. She is a true asset to the organisation and always inspires and supports us all to do our very best. I am delighted that she is a finalist!

“Georgina is not only an exceptional Wellbeing manager, but also an outstanding mentor and leader. She has a positive attitude and works tirelessly to ensure that everyone she works with feels valued and supported.”

Georgina’s approach to wellbeing management goes beyond simply fulfilling her role; it reflects her genuine passion for making a positive impact on the lives of residents. Speaking of the nomination, Georgina said: “I feel very proud to be able to work alongside and lead the lifestyle and wellbeing teams across the Hallmark portfolio of homes. Their innovation and passion for increasing residents’ levels of wellbeing through meaningful occupation and engagement inspire me daily. To be nominated for this category in the NAPA awards is very humbling, and the work that NAPA does to shine a light on the importance of activity provision is incredible.”

The awards ceremony, scheduled for October 6th in London, promises to be a glittering affair. It will be an afternoon of recognition, celebration, and appreciation for those who have dedicated themselves to making a positive difference in the lives of residents.

Let us all join together in celebrating the dedication and passion of individuals like Georgina, whose work enriches the lives of those in their care and contributes to creating a better and more compassionate future for the care industry.

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