NCCN is presided over by a Board with a Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary, and Treasurer, all elected at the Annual General Meeting. Each member must comply with the NCCN membership register, standards and governance as set out by the organisations Membership Policy.
Members are required to submit an annual membership fee as set out in the Membership Policy.
- To create a network that represents, champions, and promotes the provision of quality home care and community support services by not-for-profit and social enterprise organisations
- To impact positively on the lives of those using our services, through a person-centred approach
- To promote quality, flexible, and responsive community-based home support services that enable people of all ages to continue to live at home, in their own community.
- To develop and promote a recognized career path as an integral part of recruitment to and retention of persons in the Carer profession.
- To provide a unified voice on the commissioning and delivery of quality home care and support to vulnerable persons in the community.
- Delivering a value for money critical service with respect, dignity, empathy, and compassion