Walfinch Celebrates Major Award Win at the Home Care Awards 2024

Walfinch is celebrating following a major award win at the Home Care Awards.  The home care franchise set up in 2019, was named as the Best for Day Care Expertise at a special event held at the National Conference Centre, Solihull last week. The Home Care Awards, supported by the Home Care Association, aim to be the annual benchmark of excellence for UK companies and organisations providing all forms of care at home services.

The awards seek out examples of the expertise of companies providing home care in the UK and praise the teams that are making a difference by looking to raise standards.

Amrit Dhaliwal, CEO, Walfinch confirmed:

“Wow, to be named as the Best for Day Care at the Home Care Awards is an incredible honour!  It underlines the hard work every single member of our team puts in daily, to support clients to continue to live in their own homes.  We are proud that everyone’s efforts have been recognised in this way, for what are certainly the most prestigious awards in the home care sector.”

Walfinch was also shortlisted in the following categories:

  • Training & development
  • Best HQ support team
  • Outstanding national care provider

Walfinch was set up to meet demands for home-based care through a franchised network four years ago and has grown rapidly.  Walfinch’s extended team are focused on providing the highest level of quality, compassionate hourly at-home care.  With 30 franchised branches in the UK, Walfinch employs more than 425 carers and the company is committed to raising the standard of home care across the UK. 

Amrit Dhaliwal continues:

“We support carers and franchisees through over and above training, mentoring, qualifications and CQC inspections and attention to mental wellbeing with the overall aim of delivering better care services.  We use technology to help our team communicate with client’s families more transparently and effectively.  All aspects of the business monitored with KPIs and evaluation shows areas for improvement in our constant drive for better.
“Our team of caregivers provide personalised, live-in and visiting-hourly care, enabling clients to live their lives independently and on their own terms.  Current day care services include companion care, elder care, dementia care and respite care, plus care to people living with disabilities, stroke rehabilitation, injury and convalescent as well as end of life care.  We are privileged that we have been able to improve the quality of life for many people and delighted our team has been given this award.”

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