• The BCA represents your interests in
negotiations with the Local Authority and
the Clinical Commissioning Groups for fee
increases for your publicly funded
• The BCA keeps members up to date with
best practice guidance, training
opportunities, changes of requirements
by CCG’s, CQC, Local Authorities and
• The BCA works hard to keep positive
relationships with colleagues in the
Statutory Sectors by being honest and
• The BCA arranges local meetings and
invites Providers to network with other
Independent Sector members.
• BCA, in partnership with Skills for Care
facilitate a quarterly registered managers
• The BCA has implemented a “Buddying Up
System” for members to take up issues
where members need help and support
to improve standards, for example,
attaining “Outstanding” with CQC.
• The BCA arranges Guest Speakers/
Companies which have been vetted by
the BCA Committee to assist members in
the most effective ways of raising
standards within the Care sector.
• The BCA strives constantly at a national
level to make Government and policy
makers aware of the key factors which
will help or hinder Care Providers meeting
their Service User’s needs. The BCA is
made up of people with practical
experience in the delivery of care, our
views are grounded in what is or is not
The BCA Presentation for the Bradford Council Launch Event for Successful Providers joining the Residential and Nursing Integrated Care Framework.
Bradford Care Association members include Residential Homes, Nursing Homes and Domiciliary Care Providers. Our aim is simple: to promote the very best quality
care in the Bradford District.
Giving Care Providers one voice on a national and regional level.
Introducing the Buddy Help Group
Sign up for the Buddy Help Group. If your home has a poor inspection report, need to know what audits you need to do - you can tap into the buddy group and get help and advice from other home managers who have agreed to offer help.
For further information use the contact page here to request further information about the Buddy Help Group.
Working together we can improve care across the district, by helping each other.
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BCA Member workshops
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To book a place on any workshops, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Campaigning for High Standards IN Care
social care advice line
The social care team at Hempsons is well placed to assist with a wide range of legal issues including areas such as CQC inspections and CQC reports, employment issues, local authority safeguarding alerts and disputes with local authorities.
Hempsons’ social care advice line offers up to 15 minutes of valuable preliminary advice on a range of issues social care providers face including:
how to be rated 'outstanding'
If you work hard at providing a high quality health or care service, positive feedback is affirming that you’re on the right lines, as well as being recognition of all your efforts. Positive feedback is motivating and encourages you to be the best carer, manager or company owner that you can be. Direct feedback from your customers is essential information that enables you to make a judgement about your own performance.
If feedback from your customers is positive,
you would also want positive recognition from the CQC. If you believe you are providing a high quality care service, it becomes your job to describe and evidence how you know you are achieving this. The CQC provide lots of helpful material to guide providers on what a high quality service looks like and how we can deliver a service that is high performing in line with the five key lines of enquiry (KLOEs) Safe, Effective, aring, Responsive and Well Led*.
The ALL New 2020 edition of
the Care & Support Bradford directory is now being distributed
if providers require any further copies please contact us on 01422 357792
Become a member of BCA
Click here to download a membership form