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The Care Provider Alliance

Working together for excellence and sustainability in social care

The Care Provider Alliance (CPA) brings together the ten main national associations which represent independent and voluntary adult social care providers in England. As an alliance, we represent the whole sector and ensure a coordinated response to the major issues that affect it.

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Leaders call for action on workforce

25 March 2022

Sector leaders call on Government to deliver a long-term workforce strategy and tackle pay.

Read Joint Position Paper

CORONAVIRUS: Latest information for adult care providers

News, Articles and Blogs

Government request to complete Capacity Tracker Fee Survey

12 May 2022

The survey is an opportunity for providers to share information about who is receiving care in their service for DHSC to better understand the impact the reforms will have on providers and the wider sector.

Capacity Tracker Survey

Changes to Capacity Tracker

30 March 2022

Detailed information on removals, additions and revisions from 4 April.

Read Capacity Tracker letter


Business continuity planning

16 March 2022

Put plans in place to deal with situations that can affect your services

Business continuity guidance

Support on data protection and cyber security

3 March 2022

Reduce risk of cyber attacks. Access free support.

Digital Social Care

the Care Provider Alliance

We speak for the whole provider sector including care homes, home care, Shared Lives and retirement communities.

Our members represent 10,000 providers of support to adults with physical, sensory or learning disabilities, people with mental ill-health, and older people.

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Our Role

The CPA's role is to:

  • coordinate responses across all care providers
  • inform and influence policymakers
  • provide leadership to the sector
  • work in partnership to improve care
  • build awareness of the care provider sector

CPA Workstreams


Advice, briefings and updates on coronavirus and adult social care

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Business continuity

Guidance and templates to help care providers to manage change, and plan for disruptions.

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Digital Social Care

Advice and support on technology and data, supported by CPA members.

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