In line with the campaign’s core values, we are committed to placing an emphasis on improving the quality of care and the experience of our residents using our services including, home support, care homes and other community services.
As a Dignity Champion we have signed up to the 10 Dignity Do’s:
A Dignity Champion is someone who believes passionately that being treated with dignity is a basic human right, not an optional extra.
The Dignity Dos are a personal commitment and the National Dignity Council encourages individuals to become Champions.
Each Dignity Champion’s role varies depending on their knowledge and influence and the type of work they are involved in. The role should not be an addition; it is about how you behave as a human being. There are many small things that you can do that can have a big impact on people’s lives. Champions choose how active they want to be, but they must sign up to the Dignity Dos.
Anyone can be a champion: health and social care staff, councillors, volunteers, unpaid carers, receivers of care and members of the public.
Find out more and sign-up to become a Dignity Champion.
As part of our role as a Dignity Champion, we are strongly committed to celebrating Dignity in Care, and championing local care workers and personal assistants who go the extra mile to provide outstanding care and support to local residents.
Every year we host the Dignity in Care Awards, as part of our Community Heroes’ Awards.
These awards aim to promote and recognise the very best in care and support. The awards:
Updated: 31 January 2019