Copyright 2017 National Homecare Council (trading as Integrated Care Council)
The Integrated Care Council (ICC) is a body that brings together British health and social care, public and independent sector organisations that commission or directly provide support for people living at home. Membership of the ICC offers access to a United Kingdom-wide network concerned with services supporting people at home. This includes access to the Integrated Care Council website, a quarterly newsletter and an information request service. Concessionary rates, or at times, free places are offered to ICC seminars and events including local and regional meetings in geographic locations. The ICC also receives free offers from outside organisations for members to go to their events. There are 6 levels of membership of the organisation, namely; Local Authority Membership will be open to all local authorities in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland who have responsibility for the commissioning or provision of social services. Each member authority will nominate a named representative for invoicing and contact purposes. Health care commissioners and providers engaged in activities on behalf of the National Health Service (NHS), including all CCGs and in all settings including Mental Health. Each member organisation will nominate a named representative for invoicing and contact purposes. Corporate Membership will be open to any Company or other organisation directly or indirectly engaged in the delivery of Home Care/Support and fulfilling the necessary registration criteria with the Care Quality Commission, or equivalent, to do so. Each Company or organisation will nominate a named representative for invoicing and contact purposes. Individual membership will be open to people involved and/or employed in the business of social care outside of either Local Authorities, Health Organisations or care provider companies/organisations, including the provision of training. These people may be self employed or sole traders operating in a consultancy capacity to care provider companies, organisations, regional or national government, academic institutions or the general public. Retired Membership will be open to an individual who has retired from a role in employment in health or social care. Honorary Membership may be awarded to an individual by a majority resolution of the National Executive in recognition of services to health and social care and or to the Council. This is a lifetime membership. Fee Levels: First four categories - £250 per annum Retired membership - £25 per annum Honorary membership - Free NB: The National Executive may, at its discretion, terminate or refuse to accept applications for membership. In doing so the Executive will give due consideration to any representations made to it by the individual or organisation concerned and will make enquiries and investigations as are proper in the circumstances to establish relevant facts. Who can be a member? Membership is open to any statutory health or social care body or any independent organisation which commissions or directly provides support services for people living at home. The organisation is the member, with one main contact for information and other matters. Other people can be designated as additional contacts to receive information, newsletters etc. What do members receive for their membership fee? access to a United Kingdom-wide network concerned with services supporting people to live at home access to any benefits for each staff member within the organisation exclusive access to the membership area of the Integrated Care Council website at www.integratedcarecouncil.co.uk a quarterly newsletter access to an electronic information and request service, through which they can receive information and advice from other members on issues current to themselves free places and concessionary rates to ICC conferences and events a local regional representative on the ICC Executive other benefits from time to time, eg the ICC receives offers of free places at conferences held by other organisations, for example. Integrated Care Council March 2017 If you would like to become a member, please click here.
Copyright 2017 National Homecare Council (trading as Integrated Care Council)
The Integrated Care Council  - membership and fees: The Integrated Care Council (ICC) is a body that brings together British health and social care, public and independent sector organisations that commission or directly provide support for people living at home. Membership of the ICC offers access to a United Kingdom-wide network concerned with services supporting people at home. This includes access to the Integrated Care Council website, a quarterly newsletter and an information request service. Concessionary rates, or at times, free places are offered to ICC seminars and events including local and regional meetings in geographic locations. The ICC also receives free offers from outside organisations for members to go to their events. There are 6 levels of membership of the organisation, namely; Local Authority Membership will be open to all local authorities in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland who have responsibility for the commissioning or provision of social services. Each member authority will nominate a named representative for invoicing and contact purposes. Health care commissioners and providers engaged in activities on behalf of the National Health Service(NHS), including all CCGs and in all settings including Mental Health. Each member organisation will nominate a named representative for invoicing and contact purposes. Corporate Membership will be open to any Company or other organisation directly or indirectly engaged in the delivery of Home Care/Support and fulfilling the necessary registration criteria with the Care Quality Commission, or equivalent, to do so. Each Company or organisation will nominate a named representative for invoicing and contact purposes. Individual membership will be open to people involved and/or employed in the business of social care outside of either Local Authorities, Health Organisations or care provider companies/organisations, including the provision of training. These people may be self employed or sole traders operating in a consultancy capacity to care provider companies, organisations, regional or national government, academic institutions or the general public. Retired Membership will be open to an individual who has retired from a role in employment in health or social care. Honorary Membership may be awarded to an individual by a majority resolution of the National Executive in recognition of services to health and social care and or to the Council. This is a lifetime membership. Fee Levels: First four categories - £250 per annum Retired membership - £25 per annum Honorary membership - Free NB: The National Executive may, at its discretion, terminate or refuse to accept applications for membership. In doing so the Executive will give due consideration to any representations made to it by the individual or organisation concerned and will make enquiries and investigations as are proper in the circumstances to establish relevant facts. Who can be a member? Membership is open to any statutory health or social care body or any independent organisation which commissions or directly provides support services for people living at home. The organisation is the member, with one main contact for information and other matters. Other people can be designated as additional contacts to receive information, newsletters etc. What do members receive for their membership fee? access to a United Kingdom-wide network concerned with services supporting people to live at home access to any benefits for each staff member within the organisation exclusive access to the membership area of the Integrated Care Council website at www.integratedcarecouncil.co.uk a quarterly newsletter access to an electronic information and request service, through which they can receive information and advice from other members on issues current to themselves free places and concessionary rates to ICC conferences and events a local regional representative on the ICC Executive other benefits from time to time, eg the ICC receives offers of free places at conferences held by other organisations, for example. Integrated Care Council March 2017 If you would like to become a member, please click here.
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