Cornwall Partners in Care
Cornwall Partners in Care’s mission is to support Cornwall's Adult Social Care businesses in all aspects of operating a Care business through interface, interaction, and collaboration.
Cornwall Partners in Care (CPIC) is a not for profit organisation which works to support social care providers from all sectors across Cornwall. We were founded in 2011, following on from organisations such as League of Carers and CRAG.
Our key aims are to provide support to Cornwall’s care providers in all aspects of providing a care service, and to represent Cornwall’s care sector with local commissioning organisations and a wide range of sector bodies, including the Safeguarding Adults Board, the End of Life strategy board, and many others.
We strive to work in partnership with our Local Authority and Clinical Commissioning Group to understand and help shape future commissioning strategies and provide support and information to care providers across Cornwall’s private, voluntary, charitable and statutory sectors to enable everyone to respond to the changing needs of the sector in Cornwall.
Our members cover the wide variety of care providers in Cornwall, from Residential and Nursing Homes, to Domiciliary Care agencies, to training organisations, from sole traders to national companies and charities, from small services to large groups of facilities.
Our bi-annually elected Committee represents all areas of the social care sector and we are always looking for committed people to join.
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