LPCF Awards - Hall of Fame.


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Started in January 2017 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 Jan-May 2017



Following a vote by the LPCF Trustees and Volunteers a clear winner was found in Eric Ormond who has for many years worked as a volunteers diligently and quietly supporting various charities and groups working with parents and carers involved with SEND.


He has selflessly provided his time and also generously donated funds towards organisations for the benefit of others regularly supporting meetings and events.


Results    1 Jan - 31 May 2017

Eric Ormond (Winner) Individual Volunteer

Nominated by Carol Wilson


Voluntary services to parent carer charities over many years.


Eric is a wonderful gentleman and despite sometimes not being in such good health, he always attends our local coffee mornings and when he can he turns up at our other events, he always gives our group his full commitment and is always a pleasure to have in our company

Julie Appleyard

(Runner Up)
Community Health

Nominated by Stephanie Simpson


Inspirational SALT support worker with Lincs Community Heath Team who "goes above and beyond" in her role to support children.


Julie delivered truly inspirational SALT sessions to my son. She quickly got to know him and then created bespoke sessions for him. I am certain that this 'above and beyond' support is the reason why he can now enjoy making friends and accessing the curriculum alongside his classmates.

Ellen Smith

(Runner Up)
Occupational Therapy (Adults Neuro Rehabilitation Team)

Nominated by Emma Cross
An Occupational Therapist who has made the transition from child to adult services a positive experience, providing support and empathy.


Seeing clients "as people and not just their disability"


Ellen was extremely empathetic without being patronising and completely understood that I was more than my Disability. Ellen also made us all comfortable while discussing personal issues and went above and beyond with her helpful suggestions and practical advice. She is a wonderful OT and will be missed by us all.

 A full listing of the nominees is available - Link