Sean Cooper, 24, who works as a Housekeeping Assistant at our Linfield House care home, has been shortlisted as a finalist for the ‘Young Achiever Award’ at the Adur & Worthing Business Awards.

Sean has worked at the home for four years and is described as a delightful, enthusiastic and kind young man, whose caring approach sees him constantly interacting with residents. He makes them feel special by showing genuine interest and wanting to really get to know people.

Sean at Linfield House

Linfield House Manager, Julie Greenhalf, said, “Sean always has a smile for everybody - especially for our residents who are always so pleased to see him. He is the epitome of a ‘if a job is worth doing, it’s worth doing well’ and he is always willing and often does go the extra mile.”

She further explained, “Sean is great and we are so happy for him to be a finalist. He’s really earned it. We all think really highly of him and he deserves it.”

Finding out he was a finalist for the Young Achiever Award, Sean said, “I’m feeling every emotion at the moment. I’m happy and excited and everything as well. I don’t know how I’d feel if I won but I’d imagine I’d be pretty chuffed.”

Winners will be announced at the black-tie Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony which will take place at The Pavilion, Worthing, on Friday 16th November 2018.