Berkshire Care Association (BCA)

The Berkshire Care Association (BCA) 's main aim is to raise the standards of care in Berkshire. The Not For Profit organisation has been running since 2005 and provides a wide source of information, training, support and guidance to their members. They represent the views of care providers during meetings with commissioners.

What are the benefits of being a member of the BCA?

There are two membership options that can be chosen from:

  • Standard Membership
    • Regular email updates on important information you need to know
    • Changes to legislation and best practise guidance to ensure that you remain fully compliant with the latest regulation updates.
    • Regular newsletters
    • Spectrum buying group discounts
    • Representation with Local Authorities, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG), Safeguarding Boards, and Care Quality Commission (CQC)
  • Executive Membership  (£240 a year for one service, additional £120 for a 'sister' service, £600 a year for 4 or more services)
  • All of the above plus:
  • Quarterly Managers' meetings
  • Reduced prices for selected training courses
  • Discounts on events and mentoring
  • Bespoke support
  • Discounts for the annual conference in October
  • Advertise job vacancies for free on the BCA website
  • Framed certificate of membership
  • Use of BCA's logo on your website and email signatures

How does BCA benefit the community?

Should a member of the community have any issue with a member of BCA, the organisation can provide them with help and guidance to resolve the problem. One of the ways they may do this is by acting a mediator between the two.

Members of the BCA are required to complete professional training resulting in an experienced service being provided by the care service.

Choosing a care service which is a member of the BCA can provide reassurance to care seekers as each care provider is required to go through a vetting service before becoming a member to make sure they are worthy of membership. Regular checks are made to ensure that standards are being met.

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