Welcome to the Surrey Care Association Website

This website provides information and support for social care providers, people looking to utilise a care service either for themselves or loved ones. Some of the information can only be accessed by members of the Association.

The Association works with local CCG's and Surrey County Council and some of its key activities are to understand future commissioning requirements, keeping up to date with the needs of people who use services and their carers and supporting social care providers to respond to the changing needs of their customers and people who purchase services. The Association is also represented at a national level where the Chief Executive co-chairs the Care Association Alliance which has an influencing role at all levels of the sector.

If you are looking for support don't hesitate to get in touch using our contact form.

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Are you looking for care?

Our members' provide a great range of services for their clients. Whether you need a care home for someone living with dementia or needing personal care, someone to come into your house to help manage your care; or an assisted living accommodation for a vulnerable disabled or older person – our members can help.

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Care service provider?

Membership of the Surrey Care Association can help your business advance. We keep our members up to date with the latest regulation, source training and support services that help businesses run effectively and importantly we act as a route into the County Council and Clinical Commissioning Groups to understand their future commissioning requirements.

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Looking for a career in care?

Our members are the most forward thinking and reputable care service providers in Surrey.

Take a look at some of the career opportunities they currently have available and apply direct through this site.

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14Feb, 2017
Statement from Surrey County Council - "Surrey County Council voted on 7th February to set a council tax rate at 4.99% which means that there won’t be a referendum. Despite the extensive media speculation, the decision not to proceed with a 15% council tax increase was ours alone and there has been no deal between Surrey County Council and the Government.

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15Feb, 2017
Make sure you check the list of Road Closures in place for this event and that you have plans in place.

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04Aug, 2016
The Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards have been in force for some time now, however they are still one of the most common reasons for “requires improvement” judgements by CQC. Do you have appropriate policies in place? Are you recording your best interest decisions appropriately?

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04Aug, 2016
This policy has been written to ensure compliance with the changes brought about by the Care Act 2014 and to link to the SSAB's Multi Agency Policy & Procedure. SCA Subscribers can purchase this pack at £60, £100 for Non-Subscribers.

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09Jun, 2016
CQC "Our strategy has been developed based on what thousands of people, providers, staff and partners have told us and what we have learned from more than 22,000 inspections. It sets out an ambitious vision for a more targeted, responsive and collaborative approach to regulation, so that more people get high-quality care."

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01Sep, 2016
​A survey of care providers carried out by theCare Association Alliance (CAA), which represents more than 80 local care associations across England, has found that 95% of providers believe that fee increases proposed by councils in 2016 will not meet the additional costs of the National Living Wage.

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