Our commitment to the sector

We have a wealth of knowledge, experience and national influence within the health and social care sector. Our team is committed to being at the forefront of the issues and development of policy and legislation.

Strategic partnerships with sector bodies such as NCF (National Care Forum), Care England, the Homecare Association and Learning Disability England means that we understand what excellence looks like for our clients and work hard to support and deliver on that.

The Homecare Association is the UK’s membership body for homecare providers, with over 2,300 members nationally. The Association’s mission is to work together to ensure that homecare is valued, so that all of us can live well at home and flourish within our communities. The Homecare Association uses its trusted voice to help shape homecare and provides hands-on support and practical tools for its members. All Homecare Association homecare provider members agree to abide by the Association’s Code of Practice.


National Care Forum (NCF) is the membership organisation for not-for-profit organisations in the care and support sector. NCF members collectively deliver more than £2 billion of social care support to over 170,000 people in 9,200 care and support settings. Employing more than 95,500 colleagues and 13,500 volunteers.


Care England, a registered charity, is the leading representative body for independent care services in England. Their membership includes organisations of varying types and sizes, amongst them single care homes, small local groups, national providers and not-for-profit voluntary organisations and associations. They are committed to supporting a united, quality conscious, independent sector that offers real choice and value for money.


Learning Disability England is England’s only national movement where people with learning disabilities, families, friends and people that work in services come together on an equal basis. As a membership organisation, members work together to build a world where people with learning disabilities have good lives with equal choices and opportunities as others.