The partnership ensures continued close working between Carterwood, the NCF team and its members at a time when everyone in the care sector is working hard to re-align their organisations to address the challenges presented by a post-COVID environment.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of our partnership with the NCF. Carterwood provides advisory services, as well as its digital platform Carterwood Analytics, to many of the organisation’s not-for-profit members.
Tom Hartley, Carterwood director , said:
“Vic and the whole NCF team have done tremendous work over the last six months to support not-for-profit care providers during this extraordinarily challenging period. Not only have they provided invaluable guidance, they’ve been a strong, articulate voice in the battle to ensure public perception is based on fact and not fiction. We couldn’t be prouder to give the NCF our continued support.”
Vic Rayner, NCF executive director , said:
“At this challenging time for care providers NCF has looked to our partners to provide expertise in their industry areas to support our members. The team at Carterwood continue to deliver significant value providing sector analysis and forecasting in essential areas such as occupancy recovery rates and fee benchmarking. We are delighted to celebrate 10 years of partnership with Carterwood, bringing significant benefits to our members and delivering business critical data to our members to support them during the pandemic .”
Carterwood is a multi-award-winning consultancy dedicated to social care. Our team of specialists provide independent, expert analysis that helps operators, developers, and investors to improve decision-making within the elderly care home and older people’s housing sectors.
As well as market-leading advisory services, we provide a digital platform for assessing care markets: Carterwood Analytics. This powerful software gives subscribers access to high-level data for over 1.6 million postcodes across Great Britain, saving operators, developers, and investors significant time in assessing and monitoring local care markets.
The NCF works directly with not-for-profit providers of care and support services across the UK, supporting members to improve social care provision and enhance the quality of life, choice, control, and well-being of people who use care services. It is dedicated to representing members and voicing member concerns to the decision makers at all levels.
For more information:
Dan Madden, head of marketing , Carterwood
07526 170703 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen Glasspool, events and partnerships officer , National Care Forum
07796 252403 – email@example.com