We work with other organisations committed to changing elder care in the UK and Ireland.

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The National Care Forum UK has been established to represent the interests of not-for-profit health and social care providers in the United Kingdom.

The NCF promotes the benefits of the not-for-profit model of care services provision to local and national government, as well as consumers and other health care bodies.

The National Association for Providers of Activities for Older People (NAPA) is a registered charity and membership organisation for all those interested in increasing activity opportunities for older people in care settings.

In order to promote its aims NAPA has established working partnerships with most of the leading organisations involved in the wellbeing of older people, both voluntary and privately funded.

Debbie Carroll and Mark Rendell are garden designers who carried out a research project into why gardens in care settings were not more actively used, even when they met the latest design guidance. They identified the key influence of care home culture which is explored through their courses. They have also produced an interactive tool, called The Map, which supports homes on their journey towards increasingly relationship-centred care and more meaningful engagement with the outside.

SHARP Records and Plans is an organisation predominantly operating in the West Country implementing care planning and documentation systems for use in care homes for older people.

SHARP Records and Plans' aim is to make care plans more person centred and less institutional.