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Our partners are important to us and ensure that we can deliver an outstanding quality of care for all of our clients & their families.

United Kingdom Home Care Association (UKHCA)

Is the National Professional Association for organisations who provide social care to people in their own homes. UKHCA helps organisations that provide social care, which may include nursing services, to people in their own homes, promoting high standards of care and providing representation with national and regional policy makers and regulators. The Association represents over two thousand members across the United Kingdom, in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Full access to legal advice is provided by UKHCA.

Advanced Health and Care

Are a leading supplier of homecare software solutions including rostering, administration, monitoring and point-of-care solutions to the home care industry. Their vision is to promote the development of integrated care and excellent care enterprises through the deployment of effective and innovative IT. Their approach is to work in partnership with providers to help them solve their information and technological challenges so that they can deliver best practice care from financially viable enterprises.

Skills For Care

Skills for Care helps create a well-led, skilled and valued adult social care workforce.

They are a trusted independent charity with over 18 years’ experience in workforce development, working as a delivery partner for the Department of Health and Social Care. They work closely with related services such as health and housing and are the membership organisation for registered managers.

Age UK Trafford

Age UK Trafford support the elderly community living within the Trafford local authority area. They offer a range of service for individuals aged 50+, from advice, to community groups to products to make life easier at home. Beloved Homecare support events ran by the local branch and work closely to discuss issues regarding the elderly population within their community.

Care Quality Commission

Are the independent regulator of all Health and Social Care Services in England. Their job is to ensure that the care provided in Clients own homes, meets the National Standards of Quality and Safety.