Swaffham care home marks MS Awareness Week by recognising long serving staff

Meadow House nursing home in Swaffham has recognised staff for their long service and dedication wit

Meadow House nursing home in Swaffham has recognised staff for their long service and dedication with a special presentation. Photo: Meadow House - Credit: Archant

A care home in Swaffham has recognised sixteen members of staff for their long service with a special presentation.

The Meadow House Nursing Home specialises in providing care for people with physical disabilities such as multiple sclerosis (MS), and chose to mark MS Awareness Week with the special event.

The staff received gifts from the company's COO, Helen Gidlow, on Wednesday April 26. They have each worked at the home for over ten years, with the longest serving staff member being Clinical Support Worker Lindsay Redfern who has worked at Meadow House for 25 years.

Ms Gidlow said: 'We felt that MS Awareness Week is an appropriate time for us to highlight their work. They make a real difference to the lives of people who live with this challenging condition and we would like to thank them on behalf of the Healthcare Homes group for the hard work and professionalism that they deliver every day.'

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