‘It’s early days’, says chair of new providers’ alliance


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

While continuing to follow separate agendas, eleven adult social care provider representative bodies in England have formed the ‘Care Providers Alliance’ (CPA) with a commitment to working more closely together to ensure a strong and consistent service provider voice.

At its launch earlier this year, the Care Providers Alliance said it would offer leadership to the care sector at a time of considerable change and uncertainty. and develop a means of engaging effectively with policymakers, national bodies, commissioners and regulators. The new body would also





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