"It is a privilege to be nominated for some of the most prestigious awards within the healthcare and start-up world.
We are working hard to make a difference in the lives of our care market through the development of technology to aid the digital transformation we see across NHS and social care. Huge thank you to the Aquarate team for making all this possible."
Rebecca Taylor, CEO and Founder of Aquarate was nominated for Merseyside Woman of the Year Award. Rebecca came runner up for the Innovation Award. It was a fantastic evening to be part of and was inspiring to be surrounded by other passionate women creating changes and improvements in Merseyside!
Aquarate were also a finalist for Innovative Start Up of the year as part of the North West Start Up Awards Series. We were up against some great companies and it was an amazing night where we met many likeminded individuals. Over 5,000 applications were received in total so we're delighted to have made it down to the final 4 for our category.
Aquarate are sponsoring the RCNi 'Nursing Older People' Awards. These awards are of extreme importance to give recognition to our nurses who work so hard within NHS to create real change across the sector. It's fantastic to see the schemes working from the ground up to aid our elderly's mental health, frailty, and improve falls. Lives are being improved because of their creativeness and drive for change, huge congratulations to all the nominees!
To add to the work we're already doing with Staffordshire council around how to improve fluid intake monitoring in their care homes, we are sponsoring the Staffordshire 'Dignity in Care Awards' and are delighted to have this opportunity to be involved.