Loyal Lowestoft care assistant honoured for 20 years of service

Kerry being presented with her certificate by Gordon Cochrane, CEO of Healthcare Homes Group. Pictur

Kerry being presented with her certificate by Gordon Cochrane, CEO of Healthcare Homes Group. Picture: Manorcourt Homecare - Credit: Archant

A care assistant from Lowestoft has been recognised for two decades of loyal service to members of the community.

Kerry has been recognised for 20 years of service in the community. Picture: Manorcourt Homecare

Kerry has been recognised for 20 years of service in the community. Picture: Manorcourt Homecare - Credit: Archant

Kerry Day, 42, has worked for the town's Manorcourt Homecare - part of the Healthcare Homes Group - for 20 years, having joined in October 1997.

To mark the anniversary there was a special presentation at the Lowestoft branch, where Kerry received a gift and framed certificate.

Care assistant Kerry Day (centre) with Janice King, operations director at Manorcourt Homecare, and

Care assistant Kerry Day (centre) with Janice King, operations director at Manorcourt Homecare, and Gordon Cochrane. Picture: Manorcourt Homecare - Credit: Archant

Mrs Day visits clients in the North Lowestoft area, providing services that enable them to stay in their own homes for as long as possible. She provides personal care, companionship and runs errands for clients to help them with day to day living.

Branch manager Shonah Gordon said: 'Kerry is the longest serving member of the team and has seen many changes over the years, but has never lost her absolute commitment to providing the very best care to our clients.

Kerry visits clients in the North Lowestoft area, providing services that enable them to stay in the

Kerry visits clients in the North Lowestoft area, providing services that enable them to stay in their own homes for as long as possible. Picture: Manorcourt Homecare - Credit: Archant


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