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The thinking-person's magazine is free for CQC registered providers and charitable organisations, however as part of the membership to SCA it will be free to all members. Please see below for a step-by-step guide on how to sign up and attached screen shots.

What is Care Management Matters (CMM)?

CMM is the social care magazine for executives and senior managers in health and social care. It publishes in-depth, bespoke editorial, news, opinion and best practice on all aspects of running successful social care services.

CMM delivers all the social care information you need to offer quality care and support. It keeps you updated on the most important social care news, whilst offering you the opportunity to engage with senior decision-makers and identify opportunities for growing your care business.

Published 10 times a year, CMM’s readers run care homes, domiciliary care, supported living, retirement villages and more, including social care bankers, solicitors and advisers. Subscribe today to keep abreast of social care policy, the adult social care market and best practice developments.

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How do I sign up?

Visit https://www.caremanagementmatters.co.uk and follow these instructions

1. Click on ‘sign-up’ on the tool bar

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3. Complete the details as requested

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2. Click on the ‘register as a care provider/charity’

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4. Add Surrey Care Association Member in the field requesting a CQC/Charity number

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5. Submit form and you will then start to receive CMM, in whichever format you have requested, on a monthly basis.

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