Welcome to the Surrey Care Association Website

Surrey Care Association was established in 2005 as not for profit organisation and became a member only organisation in 2014. We support the care and support sector to provide the highest level of sustainable care, shaping the evolving market and offering benefits directly to our members.

By joining us, you will be updated on the latest regulations, be able to source training and support services that help social care businesses run effectively and importantly we act as a route into the County Council and Clinical Commissioning Groups.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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Latest News

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15Nov, 2018
The prestigious Surrey Care Awards, the county’s annual awards ceremony recognising the achievements of adult social care staff, was held on Friday 9 November at Epsom Downs Racecourse. Read more...

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13Nov, 2018
In response to significant concerns about the stability of the state-funded homecare sector voiced by the Government, councils, statutory regulators and the media. Providers operating in Surrey and trading with local authorities and the NHS are asked to give us their views, which we can use to create a ‘risk register’ of issues under the control of commissioners affecting market stability.

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13Nov, 2018
Surrey County Council has a workforce development programme now available for all staff across Surrey Heartlands that come into contact with the public. Making Every Contact Count (MECC) is an approach to behaviour change the utilises the day-to-day interactions staff have with the public to encourage positive and healthy lifestyle behaviour change.

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