Friday Sekoia is presenting the “Dignity in care” award at the Great British Care Awards show, as part of a sponsorship. We’re of course doing this to connect with all the people going to this event. But first of all to fly the flag for something utterly important.
To summarize what dignity in care really means, we’ve taken the liberty to redirect you to someone who knows all there is to know on the subject matter. The National Dignity Counciland their “Dignity in Care” campaign, which has since 2006 registered more than 60,000 dignity champions.
These champions are part of a nationwide movement, working individually and collectively, to ensure people have a good experience of care when they need it. They include councillors, staff at all levels in NHS and social care, volunteers, service users, their carers and members of the public.
The Dignity in Care campaign aims to put dignity and respect at the heart of UK care services. We are all in support for that.