Association’s new title reflects broader bailiwick

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

The National Care Homes Association (NCHA) changed its name to the “National Care Association” (NCA) At its Annual General Meeting held on May 26 in London, NCHA members voted to change the association1s name to reflect its current position of representing all the different categories of care. NCA chairman Nadra Ahmed said members felt there was a need to change and modernise. “Some commentators have believed that we only represent care homes for elderly people but that has not been the position for many years,” said Mrs Ahmed. “We believe that our new name identifies that we represent all forms of care. We believe that there is not one way but many different ways of delivering service. We are an all inclusive service and now our name will reflect that. Our core business will of course remain older people but other categories of care are an essential part of our business.” The change of name to National Care Association was approved by a unanimous vote at the AGM and comes as the Association approaches its Si

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