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  • Dignity Award Nominations

    Dignity Award Nominations

    The annual Dignity Awards celebrate outstanding examples of best practice in adult social care and support in Sheffield.
    Would you like to nominate someone for a Dignity award, someone who has gone the extra mile in the last year (April 2022 – March 2023) in supporting you or someone you know to achieve the outcomes in Sheffield’s Vision for Adult Social Care. The deadline for nominations is Wednesday 31 May 2023.

  • Could you be a Panel Member for the Dignity Awards?

    The Dignity Awards panel are looking to recruit new members and expand the awards into other statutory organisations. Panel members are experts by experience and their role is to shape and co-produce the Dignity Awards process and screen nominations with the Council’s Practice Development Team.

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