Stirling MSP Bruce Crawford attended a special party at Sue Ryder’s Stirling office on Friday.
Attended by staff, volunteers and service users, the event celebrated the charity having received a Grade 6 in their latest Care Inspectorate report.
This is the sixth consecutive year that Sue Ryder has achieved a Grade 6.
Commenting, Bruce Crawford said:
“I was pleased to attend this special event at Sue Ryder Homecare in Stirling, to celebrate their high grade of six in a recent inspection by the care inspectorate – for the sixth consecutive year in a row. This is a significant achievement, and one which should rightfully be celebrated by all stakeholders involved in Sue Ryder, including both staff and those receiving care.
“Sue Ryder’s Homecare services in Stirling provides support for people from across the region, with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, or helping them to recover from a stroke, or support for those living with dementia.
“The organisation and its staff work extremely hard to provide the best possible support for all involved – and this is proven by the excellence and consistency of these results from the care inspectorate. 
“A ’six’ is the highest grade awarded by the care inspectorate, marking Sue Ryders services as ‘excellent.’ 
“I was glad to hear firsthand from staff and those receiving care at this event about what makes this organisation so successful – and to commend them on their hard work.”