LPCF Awards - Hall of Fame.


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The LPCF Awards seeks to allow parents an opportunity to identify some positivity.

It is seeking to identify






who have provided excellent service to their families relating to SEND practice.



To all the parents and carers etc who made nominations to LPCF for our excellence Award June-Dec 2017



Following a vote by the LPCF Trustees and Volunteers a clear winner was found in Bob Robinson who, whilst "only doing his job", made a complex assessment process nothing to fear and guided the family through the various challenges and hurdles. Also for keeping it in plain simple language and making things happen quickly.
Well done Bob! 



Results    1 June - 31 December 2017

Bob Robinson (Winner)
Social Worker
Adult Social Care

Nominated by Coralie Cross
Bob visited our family to do a review of my daughters Social care needs.
Bob went to great lengths to engage with my daughter, but also took into account the fact that my views were also considered (even though she is now an adult).

We were not bombarded with questions he already knew the answers to. The process was very quick - getting a decision about the care package in weeks rather than months and he kept us informed throughout. The referrals he made for us came through very fast and he gave us lots of information.

He also went to great lengths to talk about my daughters interests and to make her feel comfortable.
Some may say that he is only doing his job, but in our view he made the process simple, easy, quick and a lot more enjoyable than we expected.

Sue Goodley (Runner Up)
Local Volunteer

Near Spalding

Nominated by Dawn Pacey
Sadly my father passed away recently and Sue dropped everything at very short notice to help me when I needed it.

Her kindness and support during a very stressful time in my life was made even more special as she has to juggle caring for her children's and parents needs too.

She also works for Sense and is a wonderful example of someone who goes out of her way to help the people around her. I just wanted to nominate her as I feel as though she deserves to know how much she is appreciated.

Sheila/Brian Steele
(Runner Up)


Nominated by Michelle Davies

I've had trouble getting my son to school and he got medically signed off for anxiety. I still have a busy life doing self employed work and LPCF charity work.

I could not have done this without the support of my neighbours looking after my child with his complex needs so I feel they should be recognised for their understanding and kindness of being a helpful hand and looking after


Full Award results and nominations listings can be found via the following links

Jan-June 2017 * July-Dec 2017 *