A new association for independent care providers in West Yorkshire that aims to enhance the standard of care that people receive, whilst offering support to care providers and giving the industry a voice on a national and regional level, has launched.
Bradford Care Association’s chairman, Konrad Czajka, who is the managing director of Czajka Care Group says: “The association aims to help care providers in Bradford and the surrounding area to give the best standard of care to each and every client.
“We hope to build the association into a substantial organisation which represents 90% of care homes and the majority of homecare providers in Bradford, but this cannot be done without the active support of as many members as possible. Membership is open to residential homes, nursing homes, and domiciliary care providers in the Bradford district.”
The association has been founded to give independent care providers in Bradford support and guidance and it will also act as a lobbying group at a local, regional and national level giving the sector one voice.
Mr Czajka added: “Members will have access to a range of services that will help to maximise the potential of their businesses. They will also be kept up to date with relevant news, best practice guidance, training opportunities, and changes to requirements by the NHS and local authorities. There will be regular meetings as well as an annual conference.”
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