Ashridge Home Care based in Amersham has been shortlisted in three prestigious awards categories.

The company, which provides care for elderly people who still want to remain at home, has been announced as finalists in the National Care Home Awards and the SME MK and Buckinghamshire Business Awards.

The National Home Care awards are a nationally recognised bench mark for business and service excellence in the UK home care sector.

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Ashridge Home Care has been shortlisted in the two categories 'Team Support Expertise' and 'Live-In Care Expertise'.

The award winners will be announced at the Home Care EXPO on March 17 at the NEC Birmingham.

The business has also been shortlisted in the Business Renovation category at the SME Bucks awards, as well as founder Trudi Scrivener being named as a finalist in the Business Woman of the Year category.

This event will take place on February 27 at Whittlebury Hall.

Trudi Scrivener said: “As a young company, being recognised at prestigious award ceremonies for all the hard work and effort the team puts in, means a lot to us.

"Without the dedication of our carers we would not be who we are today. "Receiving recognition is so important in an industry with caring at the heart of the business.

"We are up against some very strong contenders in each category so fingers crossed.

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"I’m proud of everything my carers achieve and the daily feedback we receive from our clients is testament to the hard work they do.”

Ahsridge Home Care can provide personalised care whether it's live in 24-hour care or visiting for a few hours each day, as well as providing specialist support for a range of illnesses such as Parkinson's and Dementia.

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