Social Care Tender Services
Utilising years of hands-on experience writing and managing 100s of social care bids, we know what approaches can turn your bid into a winning submission.
Undoubtedly, the needs and expectations of local authorities from the social care sector are continually evolving. Ever-increasing demand pressures from ageing populations, characterised by a higher prevalence of long-term conditions and reliance on support, have been compounded by significant funding cuts and lack of workforce capacity. Against this background, developing sustainable models of support and submitting successful social care tenders has become more challenging.
Working on contracts from low-level domiciliary personal care to complex 24-hour packages, we work in partnership with our clients to dissect local care economies and contracting models, to submit compelling bids that best meet the outcomes of service users, commissioners, and the wider health system.
The Care Act 2014
The Care Act 2014 introduced many key changes for the sector which service providers need to be aware of.
The act replaces out-of-date and potentially confusing laws, placing focus on ensuring the person is at the centre of their support and that this is reflected in the statutory duties of the Council. The Care Act brought about greater focus on the wellbeing of an individual’s health emphasises outcome-led care and support, ensuring local authorities made sure people living in their areas:
- receive services that prevent their care needs from becoming more serious or delay the impact of their needs
- can get the information and advice they need to make good decisions about care and support
- have a range of high quality, appropriate services to choose from
- have more control over how their care and support is organised.
Indeed, as part of our knowledge and understanding of The Care Act 2014, its complications, and other potential issues surrounding the social care sector such as statutory obligations and local context, we are actively aware of all of these issues and any rapid or on-going changes that are happening within the social care sector.
Compliance and Expertise
Compliance is a driving force of the social care sector and failing to provide evidence of CQC compliant policies could undermine your chances of winning a bid. We can advise you on the specifics of your policies to ensure you are compliant for the bid requirements.
We have worked with clients on 100s of social care providers from small start-ups to large regional and national providers, these include:
- Domiciliary Care tenders
- Support Living tenders
- Extra Care tenders
- Learning Disabilities tenders
- Complex Care tenders
- Residential Care tenders
- Care for children tenders
Our significant experience in NHS and Healthcare tenders gives us a significant expertise and understanding of the continuing progression towards integrated health and social care, and place-based care models.
Bid Writing Services for Social Care Tenders
Whether you have written applications before, or are completely new to the tendering process, each new bid requires time and resources. We have the expertise and experience to make the process streamlined and transparent. We pay particular care and attention to CQC requirements and place emphasis on drawing out the compliant strengths of your service.
We ensure that our services clearly and measurably meet the objectives set out in the tender or framework agreement. Our experienced bid team know what questions to ask and how to draw out the best evidence, shaping your bid into a winning bid. As part of our ethos and approach to all of our clients, we always provide the best possible service to meet your company’s needs. Providing guidance throughout the bidding process, we have 4 phases of our services that will increase your successes and opportunities.
Contact Our Team Today
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