Our clients’ needs always come first. So, our range of services covers everything from traditional domiciliary care to more complex needs like dementia, learning disabilities, palliative care and reablement. Through engaging with our clients and colleagues, encouraging open and honest communication, we’re committed to learning, improvement and innovation. We’re also working closely with partners to develop new models of care suitable for the needs of our modern society.
Be Caring Ltd. is a social enterprise, meaning that our colleagues are all co-owners of the business… and so share in its success. Like being part of a family, we support and encourage each other to be the best we can be. We put people first, not profits. This goes for our colleagues as well as those who we support. Above all we invest in people, through support, care, training, development and equipment. Improving the wellbeing of our communities is our vision.
Being a colleague is about much more than sharing the profits – it defines our approach to what we do. We all share the responsibility for our success in delivering the best quality of care to our clients. Colleagues have a real say in how our business is run. The VOICE is our elected forum with representatives from across the organisation. It consists of members from each service location representing our clients and care support workers.
Be Caring Ltd was formerly known as Care and Share Associates (CASA). CASA was established in 2004 and operated as a social enterprise for 14 years. In January 2019 CASA became Be Caring with a set of bold values and a fresh approach. Building on 14 years of delivering care across the North of England as CASA, Be Caring is more ambitious.
We’re shaping the future of social care by taking a unique approach. As a social enterprise, we are forging partnerships with suppliers and businesses to bring our colleagues the best value in support to reach their goals.
As well as improving the quality of life for our service users, we recruit and invest in low-income communities. We have a great track record in helping long-term unemployed people to work.
We’re rated by CQC as ‘Good’ across all our services. We invest and reinvest resources into the development of our colleagues and the wider workforce. We’ve established partnerships with colleges, training providers and health and social care organisations, offering training, learning and development opportunities, ensuring we have highly-skilled, caring, confident and competent care professionals delivering care and support to those who need it.
Our communities have the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential in all aspects of life.
To be care-giving day-makers, hope-builders, smile-givers, life-changers, community-warriors with the will to make a difference