Transforming lives

Transforming lives: For teams or individuals who have used their skill, compassion and expertise to make a significant contribution to someone's personal recovery journey, working in collaboration to transform their experience of care and inspiring hope for a positive future.

Angela Brassett -Harknett

Winner: Angela Brassett-Harkness, Psychotherapist, Eating Disorders Outpatient Service

Angela was nominated by two patients for her devoted care and dedication to their treatment. Both nominees had suffered from very serious eating disorders and expressed their sadness that as they had got so much better, Angela would no longer be such a major part of their lives.

Judges said: "Her nomination immediately stood out as she has not only transformed lives, she has actually saved them. Both her nominators began by telling us ‘I would not be here but for Angela.’”

Angela said: "I enjoy seeing people change. I get to see people become better eaters and better body image accepters. I’m incredibly proud to be one of the long-standing members of such a fantastic unit".

Shortlisted:
Specialist Care Unit for Older Adults, Greenvale

Greenvale received three nominations in this category, showing how they work consistently to transform their patients' lives. One nominator commented on the high level of physical healthcare, strong teamwork and inspiring leadership shown in this team.

A carer said that staff go the extra mile and have the ability to make residents and carers smile.

Garry Ellison, Peer Recovery Trainer, Social Inclusion and Recovery Corporate Occupational Therapy
Garry uses his lived experience to build trusting relationships with service users. He's been involved in a range of projects, including Recovery in Action, Solidarity in a Crisis and the Evening Sanctuary. The nominators mentioned his unwavering commitment to supporting service users.

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