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Time to enter the 2024 Care Home Awards

Entries for the Care Home Awards 2024 close on January 31 – so get your entries in now!

The Care Home Awards, now in their eighth year, are an annual benchmark of excellence and innovation for care home management, operations and delivery, celebrating the business of owning and running care homes in the UK.

There are 17 care home categories to enter including:

  • Best for Nursing Care (including medication management, clinical facilities, partnerships with universities or hospital trusts, etc)
  • Best for Specialist Care (covering adults, young people and children for all types of specialist care, including stroke, dementia and mental health, brain injury, physical disability
  • or complex 1-2-1 care, including partnerships with universities or hospital trusts, etc)
  • Best for Innovation in Care  (including partnerships with commercial companies, universities or hospital trusts)
  • Best New Care Home (opened between Jan 1, 2022 and Dec 31, 2023 and should show how architecture, interior design, technology and services work together to provide a physical platform to enhance wellbeing for residents and staff).

Outstanding Achievement categories (Gold Awards) will also be presented to the following:

  • Outstanding Care Provider in a Group
  • Outstanding Independent Care Provider
  • Outstanding Smaller Group Care Provider (up to 25 homes)
  • Outstanding Mid-size Group Care Provider (26-75 homes)
  • Outstanding Larger Group Care Provider (over 75 homes)

The category winners and high commendations for 2024 will be announced at a lunch and ceremony on May 17 at the Royal Garden Hotel, London W8 4PT.

In 2023, some 45+ awards were presented.

Entry fees start at £300.

Entry is online. Read useful entry advice.


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