SESCA is the South East arm of the Care Association Alliance.
The CAA has 50 local care association members, 10 of which are in the South East.
Local care associations represent Adult Social Care providers in their areas. Provider members include residential and nursing homes, home care and supported living. Some care associations also include non-CQC regulated services.
We work together across the South East to share ideas and best practices that will benefit their local membership and the wider social care community.
The South East region faces particular challenges in terms of workforce, funding, and a diverse range of providers supporting both the self-funded and local authority and health markets.
We represent the views of Adult Social Care providers across the South East when working with key partners. The move towards integrated care presents challenges and opportunities and through our representational role, SESCA plans to play an active role in the development of integrated services as well as contribute to the sustainability of this diverse and evolving market.