Ridouts partners with the National Care Association

Ridouts is delighted to announce that it has partnered with the National Care Association. 

With the social care sector facing increasing pressures to provide high quality care on ever decreasing resources, there are challenging times ahead for the sector.  With the NCA being a strong and influential voice of the sector it represents and Ridouts helping providers find solutions to regulatory and operational difficulties they face, together this strategic partnership will further strengthen both partners’ ability to help the sector they serve.

Managing Director, Paul Ridout said: “The National Care Association is a most needed champion for the sector, ensuring the voice of the care sector is heard and providing its members with access to contemporary, relevant and helpful resource. 

Ridouts’ knowledge of the health and social care sector places it in an enviable position which sees it’s legal expertise, combined with sector knowledge enable it to work collaboratively with providers to achieve positive outcomes to difficult situations they face day to day.  Ridouts is looking forward immensely to supporting the NCA and its members, sharing knowledge that can positively impact their businesses and providing legal advice should it be required.”

The NCA’s Chair, Nadra Ahmed OBE, added: “We are delighted to be partnering with Ridouts and look forward to establishing a relationship which will support our membership. Ridouts is an established firm with an impressive track record in the sector: We know that they have the interest of providers at the heart of what they do. 

The sector has been through challenging times and the last four months have demonstrated a need to stand up for our membership and we believe that with Ridouts we will be enhancing our Sponsors Board, which sits at the heart of everything we do for our care providers. National Care Association’s Board look forward to working with the Ridouts team.”

This is an exciting opportunity for Ridouts to help create solutions for providers that need support in difficult times and perhaps warn members of problems that are on the horizon.