The Story of BCA
Bradford Care Association - united, our care providers are in safe hands
The Bradford Care Association (BCA) brings unity to care providers in the Bradford district, helping them to work in partnership for the good of everyone in the social care sector
Established in 2014, and with members representing from across all care sectors within Bradford, the BCA deals with everyday issues and the many priorities facing those in the social care sector. BCA is a community group that’s a combined force for good. The BCA shares best practice, vital information, relevant advice and guidance, as well as providing training, support and direction on funding, grants, Covid-19, PPE and much more. Acting with one voice when liaising with the Local Authority (LA), the NHS, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) to resolve issues and promote best practice – the BCA works tirelessly to ensure resilience for Bradford’s care providers. An outstanding association providing excellent value for money (membership is just £100 per year), the non-profit organisation has a highly experienced board of directors who work voluntarily for the good of all care providers in the Bradford district.
Years of Service
Community Care Providers
Nursing and Residential Care Home Providers
BCA is an invaluable source of reliable knowledge, guidance, training and support for my business. In BCA, I know I have a team that understands the challenges I face as a business owner and are advocating on my behalf with key strategic organisations.
BCA have been brilliant through the pandemic and kept us united as one so.
Bradford as a whole have worked together so well and we are super pleased with the level of partnership working that has gone on within Bradford and that is thanks to the BCA.
The commitment of the BCA is what every Provider needs to feel they have a voice.