Accolade given to Heacham lady at national event

NORSE Awards from left Glynda Jermy (Manager at Rebecca Court), Debra Sauntner  (Dementia Care Coach), Lenny Sayer (Dementia Care Coach), Serena Hill (Deputy Manager),  Tracey Didwell (a Care and Support Worker who was also a finalist in the Newcomer of the year category at the awards.) MLFN15EB10648 ANL-151014-112422001
NORSE Awards from left Glynda Jermy (Manager at Rebecca Court), Debra Sauntner (Dementia Care Coach), Lenny Sayer (Dementia Care Coach), Serena Hill (Deputy Manager), Tracey Didwell (a Care and Support Worker who was also a finalist in the Newcomer of the year category at the awards.) MLFN15EB10648 ANL-151014-112422001
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In October 2014, Glynda Jermy and two of her specialist dementia coaches at Rebecca Court in Heacham helped to set up a new dementia support group for Heacham, Hunstanton and the local area.

The group meets monthly, usually at St Edmund’s Church Hall, and offers dementia support and advice to the local community. 

At the recent NorseCare’s annual awards event, the group received the award for the Best Community Engagement in recognition of the superb support that the group provides. Pictured, from left Glynda Jermy (Rebecca Court manager), Debra Sauntner (dementia care coach), Lenny Sayer (dementia care coach), Serena Hill (deputy manager), Tracey Didwell (care and support worker)