EICA Member Services

EICA Member Briefings

EICA hosts regular briefing meetings for members free of charge. These are held at a number of different venues across the county and can be held as breakfast meetings or during the day. Topics are items of interest to members e.g. Safeguarding, CQC compliance, etc.

“The breakfast briefing held in June 2011 about completing the CQC Provider Compliance Assessments was very helpful. It has given me the confidence to start work on this and keep in closer touch with my CQC inspector.”

Care Quality Commission Feedback

EICA meets regularly with the Care Quality Commission to represent social care providers across Essex, Southend and Thurrock. Feedback from these meetings is made available to EICA members through regular news feed items.

EICA Regular Newsletters

EICA members are kept updated on news and information relevant to the social care sector by regular EICA newsletters.

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News

  • Why not come along to the ECA Forthcoming lunch Conference on 26th April 2017

    The ECA Chair and Committee would like to invite you to our forthcoming Lunch Conference

    Come and meet with Essex County Council and hear about their plans to spend the £24 Million additional funds for adult social Care

    Wednesday 26th April 12.00 pm to 4.00 pm

    Central Baptist Church, Victoria Road South, Chelmsford Essex CM1 1LN

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  • Care England Launches Judicial Review

    Care England, the largest representative body for independent providers of adult social care, despite opposition from Essex Council, has obtained the Court’s permission to proceed with its Judicial Review proceedings against Essex County Council challenging the fee rates its pays to independent care home providers.

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  • Forthcoming changes to coroner duty to undertake inquests

    From Monday 3rd April 2017 coroners will no longer have a duty to undertake an inquest into the death of every person who was subject to an authorisation under the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.

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