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Asking the public to say ‘Thank you’ to social care & support

We are all accustomed to paying tribute to the valuable work of our NHS staff but our care and support workers do not always get the public recognition they so rightly deserve.

There has never been a time when our frontline workforce has demonstrated such extraordinary dedication, compassion and selflessness, coming together in the face of unparalleled adversity.

Be it in a care home or community care setting, we are seeing incredible individuals and teams going above and beyond to ensure old and vulnerable people in our society still receive care and support during the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis.

Our unsung heroes are playing a crucial role in supporting the Department of Health and Social Care with containment and management of the virus for old and vulnerable people.

That is why we want to give the sector, and more importantly the wider public, the opportunity to say thank you to social care and support.

We want to  provide a platform and equip people who work in care and support, including care workers, personal assistants, nurses and support workers, their service users, families and the wider public to say thank you to social care. 

Please help us spread the word!

We have created a range of free images for social media, posters for anyone associated with the sector.

These can also be personalised with staff photos and/or company logo.

These downloaded from the dedicated Care Talk web page:

https://www.caretalk.co.uk/thankyousocialcare/

Help raise the profile of the invaluable role of care and support staff!

  • Via social media using our twitter postcards and personalised posters
  • Send us your stories of how your staff have gone and above and beyond in the face of this crisis. We will publish these in Care Talk magazine, on our website and twitter.
  • Ask family members to send video messages of thanks and post on social media
  • Don’t forget to use #ThankYouSocialCare in your posts

Let’s galvanise support, raise the profile of social care and support and get the British public to say thank you.

#ThankYouSocialCare

 

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