We are proud to be affiliated with a number of great companies sharing our passion for providing care homes with the tools and procedures they need to succeed.
Redcrier Training Solutions
Redcrier Training Solutions provide flexible and innovative training support for the care sector. Whether it’s helping care professionals to develop new skills around people with vulnerabilities, learning disabilities and complex health needs, health & safety protocols, onboarding new systems or care planning, Redcrier have a wide range of courses suited for your care home team.
Visit Redcrier Training Solutions.
Care home operators face a constant challenge to ensure compliance and maintain profitability.
The Ownacarehome website offers solutions and business growth services for care home operators.
The care sector specialist companies that form the Ownacarehome group have extensive knowledge and experience, delivering outstanding results for care home operators to achieve their full potential and increase sustainability for the future.
Join the Ownacarehome network and have access to free added value guides and content contributing towards your business success, alongside exclusive invitations to events, webinars and podcasts.
Say So offers care homes a new level of safeguarding and security for their residents, driving culture change in the care sector. Through independent reporting services, training and trend-spotting, Say So helps care providers to identify issues in their care service early, to create a better environment for their staff and residents alike.
Visit Say So.
Surrey Care Association
The Surrey Care Association (SCA) is a not-for-profit organisation that provides collaborative support for social care in the Surrey region. The SCA works alongside care home groups, independents and statutory and regulatory bodies, to help create stronger, sustainable relationships that encourage a better future for the social care sector.
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The Care Workers Charity (CWC) was founded in 2019 to provide crucial support to care workers and their families during the hardships of the pandemic. The CWC has since helped over 6,166 current and former care workers across the UK, providing crisis, funeral, mental wellbeing and health grants where they’re needed most.
Visit The Care Worker’s Charity.
Care England is the largest representative body for adult social care providers in England. Working on behalf of independent, small, medium and large care organisations, the charity supports a united voice for strength in all areas of social care. Fulcrum is Care England’s trusted advice line for care home management and compliance.
Visit Care England.
The National Care Forum (NCF) is a leading voice for the not-for-profit care sector, promoting a stronger together approach to social care. As a membership organisation, the NCF bridges the gap between care providers and government agencies, representing fresh ideas and best practice measures at local, national and international levels.
Visit National Care Forum.