13th October 2017
Local home care business owner, Graham Livingston and his care team are feeling jubilant following their hat trick of awards at the recent Plymouth City Council ‘Celebrating Excellence in Care’ event.
Graham Livingston, Managing Director of Caremark (Plymouth) and his team were among the first to be awarded the Dementia Quality Mark for Domiciliary Care by Plymouth City Council.
This accolade is awarded by a panel of representatives from the Plymouth City Council, new Devon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and an independent Chair. It recognizes the high standard of care that the Caremark team provide their clients, specifically those with Dementia.
Livingston and his team were also presented with two further awards at the prestigious black-tie event held at the New Continental Hotel in Plymouth: Innovation and Good Practice in Dementia Care and Innovation and Good Practice in Quality Assurance.
Karen Holmes, Caremark (Plymouth)’s Registered Care Manager put a process into action making it easier for their team of carers and other health professionals, to identify clients who already have a diagnosis of Dementia which ultimately won Caremark the Innovation and Good Practice in Dementia.
This was followed by the Innovation and Good Practice in Quality Assurance which was presented to Karen Holmes herself for her many years of delivering high quality care and for her dedication to their clients.
Reflecting on their night of success, Livingston said: “The whole team at Caremark (Plymouth) dedicate so much to our clients and for our hard work to be recognized is fantastic.
To achieve the Dementia Quality Mark rating is something that makes us very proud and even more determined to continue our efforts to support those in need in our community.
Winning the awards goes to show that our dedicated team are offering the best quality care to our clients.”
Local man Livingston, bought his Caremark business in October 2012 and has grown his business to one providing work to more than 100 local care workers, delivering close to 2100 hours of care and support per week to the local community.
Caremark (Plymouth)’s bespoke care service enables many vulnerable people in the local community to remain living safely and independently at home, supported to live with dignity and choice. Without their dedicated care workers supporting them, hundreds of individuals would not be able to remain living at home, where they want to be.
12th April 2018
Caremark's latest franchisee opens in the south east territory of Lewisham.
12th March 2018
Caring Maria Moldovanu won Caremark’s top care worker accolade - National Care Worker of the Year award for 2017.
19th February 2018
Many more young professionals now dream of becoming their own boss and having the chance to launch their own successful business.
16th January 2018
Caremark’s Franchise Director, David Glover, has been appointed as the bfa Forum Chair for London & South East Region.
9th January 2018
Caremark finished 2017 on a high with the appointment of three top professionals to further strengthen its support team.
15th December 2017
The Caremark network continues to expand with three new offices opening across south central England.
6th November 2017
Caremark’s franchisee in the North East has received a letter of thanks from the Rt. Hon. Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health, offering thanks and congratulations for a good job done.
19th October 2017
Hannah Drury is the Operations Director of Caremark (Sutton) and has been shortlisted for further business awards with Startups.co.uk.
6th October 2017
Management, staff and care workers at Caremark in Guisborough celebrate their outstanding CQC rating.
3rd August 2017
Caremark have cause for celebration as five new business owners join the franchise family!
25th May 2017
For the second year running Caremark was proud to sponsor an award in the NatWest EWIF awards event.
Since I joined, Caremark has done everything they promised they would do. The support has always been there and Kevin Lewis has even come out and given me a morale boost when I've needed it.Amarjit Gill, Caremark Redditch & Bromsgrove
After doing some research, there was really no doubt in our minds, that the only choice we would be happy with would be Caremark, given the emphasis on care and not profit.– Richard Magrath, Caremark North Down, Ards & Belfast
I researched various sectors before reaching the decision that domiciliary care offered the sustainability and a straightforward business model which allowed for positive cashflow and personal reward.– Charles Folkes, Caremark Redcar & Cleveland
CEO and founder of Caremark Kevin Lewis has over 25 years of experience in the UK home care sector
A strong ratio of 15:1 between franchisees and Regional Support Managers