Welcome to Surrey Care Association

Surrey Care Association (SCA) exist to help shape the future of Adult Social Care in Surrey. We are a not-for-profit organisation for members working in adult social care. Created in 2005, we resource all Adult Social Care (ASC) stakeholders across Surrey.

Our membership

As a member of SCA you will benefit from a range of opportunities and support, including networking, representation and influence, intelligence updates on the developments in Social Care locally and nationally including policy and government updates.


Member organisations

Become a member

Find out more about being a part of our social care community today!

Become a member
SCA membership is like nothing else I have had as a provider. I have worked in other counties and the support that SCA delivers for us in comparison is just brilliant.
Grace, MedUKCare

Latest from SCA

Read the latest news from Surrey Care Association. Find insights on Adult Social Care nationally and in Surrey.

Could you host an event in election run up?

With the General Election just weeks away, candidates for all 12 Surrey constituencies are announced. Could you hold an event at your service with your MP and local audiences debating social care?

A positive change for social care

Creating a conversation: Reinventing Social Care is a working collaborative made up of 10 representatives from the UK social care sector, including SCA Members. Download their latest report!

What is adult social care?

Social Care is the support given to people who require assistance with daily tasks or to live independently. It can range from personal care such as washing and dressing to support with managing household tasks. Social care can be delivered in a person’s own home, at a central setting such as a day service or in a residential based service such as a care home. Everyone is entitled to a social care assessment through their local council, but only some people will be eligible for their support to be funded by the council or by the NHS.

What is adult social care?