Homecare.co.uk’s famed Top 20 UK awards have turned out a multiple winner, with Blue Angel Care a highlight.
Blue Angel Care took two prestigious gongs, Top 20 Homecare Group Provider in the UK and Top 20 Home Care Providers in South East England.
Finding innovative ways to circumnavigate the difficulties of the coronavirus pandemic, the homecare specialists have grown to a nationwide team of more than 200 care givers.
Dariusz Motka, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Blue Angel Care, said in a statement: ‘We are eternally grateful to the readers and reviewers of Homecare.co.uk for honouring us with, not one, but two awards.’
Praising his staff, Dariusz added: ‘More so, we are all grateful to the incredibly hardworking and professional staff that help to train so many capable carers every single week.’
Blue Angel Care are currently engaged in a UK-wide search for even more carers to add to their professional roster.
Another contribution to their recent success is their world-beating training scheme, which aims to turn entry-level applicants into professional care givers, in as little as two weeks.
This has allowed the firm to cope with the increasing demands as a result of the pandemic, in which home care staff flocked from the industry in their thousands.
Now, modernised firms like Blue Angel Care are using contemporary technology and methods to fill in the gaps with no attention to quality spared.
Homecare.co.uk has been an industry leader in the review of a variety of care services since the Homecare.co.uk Top 20 began in 2015. Thousands of reviews are checked for legitimacy and used as an indicator of the country’s best and most trusted care providers.
Singled out amongst more than 10,000 rivals, Blue Angel Care has established itself as a leader in the post-Coronavirus climate. Despite difficulties posed by the pandemic, the premium homecare group has grown to five locations across the UK, with two more opening soon. It employs upwards of 200 carers and counting.
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