Each month our teams nominate colleagues to become the Enablement Champion of The Month. The person awarded as Enablement Champion of The Month receives a Certificate of Achievement and a £50 voucher in recognition of the amazing work they do.
Eric Cutter, Andrew Noyce, Clare Cresdee, Emma Burtenshaw, Josh Bance,
Kim Parsons, Joseph Bligh, Leah Birkenhead, Nicola Mcquillan, Rod Mckenzie & Tyler Moore
Faith Foster and Chantelle Noory
Aron Chipeture, Malachia Mutandiro,
Charles Dibigbo, Loveness Gonyora, Martin Anozie,
Kathryn King and Lanwell Chapoka
Louise McDonald and Zara Stevens
Holly Clarke and Polly Bardarska
Peter Olaide and Loveness Gonyora
This month all who were nominated were awarded the prize so the winners were:
Alix Trisott, Faith Foster, Kate Goddard, Polly Bardarska, Rosie Heatley and Maria Glen
Chantelle Noory and Jenny Osborn
February 2020 Enablement Champion
January 2020 Enablement Champion
December 2020 Enablement Champion
November 2019 Enablement Champion
We didn’t receive any nominations for the month of November
October 2019 Enablement Champion
September 2019 Enablement Champion
August 2019 Enablement Champion
We didn’t receive any nominations for the month of August
July 2019 Enablement Champion
June 2019 Enablement Champion
May 2019 Enablement Champion
April 2019 Enablement Champion
March Enablement Champion
We didn’t receive any nominations for the month of March.
February 2019 Enablement Champion
January 2019 Enablement Champion
Enablement Champion of The Year
At the start of the year all the Enablement Champions from the previous year are put forward for nominations to become The Enablement Champion of The Year.
For 2018 we where pleased to award ‘Ebou Juke’ as Enablement Champion of The Year. Congratulations !!
Meet Lesley Meacham, one of PBS4’s stars!
Tell us a bit about your job and what it involves?
I am an Enablement Assistant for a lovely individual that PBS4 supports.
In my day to day role it feels like I’m visiting my friend and enabling her to live her life in a full and independent way, as much as she can.
What got you first interested in a career supporting people with learning disabilities?
I have always worked with children and adult with some form of medical health problems or learning disability since I left college.
What is the most rewarding part of your job?
The most rewarding part is seeing the individuals I support breaking barriers and achieving goals.
Would you recommend working with PBS4 to others? Why?
YES!!!!!!! I believe PBS4’s philosophy and ethos because the approach is the real Positive Behaviour Support 4 the individuals. Furthermore, Gary LaVigna (from the Institute of Applied Behaviour Analysis) is a key influence to PBS4.
Are you interested in a career supporting people with learning disabilities like Lesley does? Why not look at our current vacancies!
Do you work for PBS4 and want to be one of our stars? Contact your manager to discuss this further.