Sharon’s contribution wins her an award
A SERVICE manager at Gretton House – a residential home for those with learning disabilities and additional needs, particularly the rare congenital disorder, Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) – has received a Leader of the Year award.
Sharon Main received the award from Consensus, which owns the Gretton-based premises, along with 90 other specialist support homes and services across England, Wales and Scotland.
James Allen, Consensus managing director, said of Sharon: “We immediately recognised the contribution she has made, not only to those at Gretton House, but to the wider Prader-Willi services. In addition, Sharon has contributed to the wider work of Consensus via her involvement with the Best Practice Group. We really believe that, as a manager, she provides the leadership skills and support to merit winning this award.”
Sharon said: “I am passionate about my role at Gretton House, where I have worked for the past 25 years. I am extremely proud to manage an inspired team of people, working in the world’s largest residential care service for people with PWS.”
Consensus is a family-owned service provider founded in 2005 by Paul and Helena Jeffery, of the Caring Homes Group.
Pictured above – WELL DONE: Sharon Main (centre) is congratulated on winning her award.