Care UK and Hanover will work together

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Major extracare housing provider and specialist care provider, Care UK has signed a five-year Memorandum of Understanding with Hanover Housing Association, setting out a framework for co-operation and joint working, with the aim of developing extra care housing and other services of mutual interest. Both Care UK and Hanover have identified the extracare housing market as a priority area, with the aim of developing joint proposals in response to the growing demand for this form of housing for frail, older people; especially where local authorities wish to commission the housing, accommodation and care services through a single process. Hanover¹s business development director Barry Hindson said there had never been a more appropriate time for this agreement with Care UK. “Our relationship with Care UK, although not exclusive, is sufficiently flexible to allow local authorities¹ commissioning teams, and health and social services, to benefit from bespoke solutions that are tailored to local needs,” Mr Hindson

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