Everyone who needs care and support has equal access to it.
We work to the highest standards and make sure we are the best we can be.
We support people to be the best they can be.
The primary aims of National Care Association are to:
- Lobby Government to benefit both members and the people they support, whether in their own homes or in residential or nursing care settings
- Promote and develop the highest standards of care
- Support individual members and local associations with the challenges they face with information, advice and guidance
- Represent all care providers at local and national level in response to government consultations and on appointed local and national government bodies
National Care Association is involved in most aspects of policy development relating to Social Care provision. This of course means that when there are changes of policy NCA members are amongst the first to know.
Who we support
National Care Association represents the widest range of providers of care and support across the country from small individual care homes and domiciliary care providers to medium sized groups who provide the following range of services: as an Association we are unique in our representative spread embracing all care provision, which includes:
- caring for elderly people
- people with Dementia
- people with learning disabilities
- those with physical or sensory impairment
- those with mental health issues
- domiciliary care
- care agencies providers of supported living.