Almond Care – a specialist home care agency that provides complex care at home to adults and children with conditions such as traumatic brain injury (TBI), acquired brain injury (ABI) and other neurological conditions – is celebrating after winning at the LaingBuisson Awards last week.
On 11 November, LaingBuisson – a provider of information and market intelligence on the independent health, community care and childcare sectors – celebrated the very best of health and social care and Almond Care’s founder and Director, Julia Senah, won the Entrepreneur category.
Julia started Almond Care in 2009 and has proved that with hard work and plenty of determination, not to mention ambition, it is possible to raise a family and run a successful business. The Nuneaton-based company has care provider contracts with a number of authorities including NHS Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), NHS Coventry and Warwickshire CCG, NHS Birmingham Crosscity CCG, NHS Greater East Midlands CCG and Walsall CCG, and provides jobs for around 70 individuals.
“I’m so happy to have won a LaingBuisson Award and for my work to be recognised,” said Julia. “After winning the Professional Services category of the Coventry Telegraph Business Awards earlier this year, I’m delighted that Almond Care’s success and achievements are being rewarded.”