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We offer membership to providers in Surrey and out-of-Surrey. Please review our membership benefits to see exactly what you can receive for both membership types - Surrey Care Membership Benefits

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A recent comment from a CQC Report from one of our Members, CHD Living, Surrey Hills with The Manager Rebecca Page


Working in Partnership with others

The service was a founder member of Surrey Care Association. The registered manager attended regular network meetings as part of this. She also represented Surrey Care Association at the Surrey Safeguarding Adults Board delivery groups which develops Surrey Safeguarding Adult Board policies and procedures.


Why join the Surrey Care Association?

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.

How to join the Surrey Care Association?

Please complete our Membership Enquiry Forms below Once you have clicked submit our Membership Officer will be in touch as soon as possible to discuss the SCA Membership sign up process in detail.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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