It's a tough sector right now! National Care Association is your companion, support, information source and mentor!
As a provider of care you are responsible for the care and development of some of the most vulnerable people in the UK, and you don’t need us to tell you that! Operational managers, directors and homeowners want to ensure that as much of their time as possible is devoted to delivering and improving their services; in spite of this, so much of our time is increasingly taken up with keeping up to date with the plethora of changes in policy and regulation, training, commissioning relationships and pricing negotiations, that seem to be coming towards us at an ever increasing pace.
At National Care Association we try to keep our members as up to date as possible with developments that affect us all. As a member you can rest assured that your voice is represented loudly and clearly in all the important forums where decisions are made.
We act not only on national and regional policy issues but in support of individual members experiencing specific difficulties; our aim is to support you, our members, to keep your eye on your service and your business, while we help keep an eye out for you on the external world.
Why Join National Care Association?
Members across all our sectors of membership receive an array of benefits and assistance as part of their annual membership fee.
The size of the association and the continued support of our key sponsors enable us to keep fees to members low. In many cases, taking advantage of just one of the available benefits will produce immediate savings that will more than pay for the membership fee many times over!
Joining is easy. Simply return your membership form with the correct fee and start enjoying the benefits of membership immediately.
Enquiries about membership and benefits can be made by calling the London office on 020 7831 7090 or email email@example.com
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Membership covers the adult and elder residential care sector, domiciliary care, learning disability and childrens sector. Each Sector has a dedicated specialist officer within National Care Association, and all our members benefit from the sharing of interests, knowledge and learning across these different areas.