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OACP 9/10 Napier Court, Barton Lane, Abingdon OX14 3YT Talk to us on: 07841 343840 Email: info@oacp.org.uk Visit: https://oacp.org.uk
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  get in touch...with OACP
Oxford Association of Care Providers (OACP) is a membership organisation for ALL care providers of adult social care across Oxfordshire.
We act as a representative body for over 100 care providers within Oxfordshire, meeting with commissioners of services, and standing up for adult social care.
Our members are from:
• Care & Nursing Homes
• Community Support Services
• Home Care Companies
• Voluntary Sector Organisations • We also hold the register for our
Approved Personal Assistants Network OACP is a contact point for all social care
providers to share and promote good practice through our networks and learning exchanges.
OACP improves communication between the Council and the Oxfordshire care sector.
OACP provides information and advice on funding and business opportunities.
OACP organises the Oxfordshire Care Awards to raise awareness of adult social care to the general public.
OACP visits schools and colleges to raise awareness of working in adult social care to young people and careers advisers.
OACP attends recruitment fairs and community events to promote care sector job vacancies and to encourage applications from job seekers.
OACP provides a variety of accredited and non­accredited training courses ­ we are an approved centre for ILM. Visit our website for more information.
OACP helps to develop the adult social care market in Oxfordshire and contributes to the commissioning and delivery of personalised services.
OACP offers existing providers advice about business opportunities and market conditions in Oxfordshire.
OACP promotes good news stories across a range of media channels to support a positive view of the sector.
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   Please send your submissions and advertising enquiries to the following contacts
Eddy McDowall CEO
OACP
Editor
Tel: 07841 343840
Email: eddy.mcdowall@oacp.org.uk
Jane Wood
OACP
Editorial & Design Advertising Sales
Tel: 01635 202345 or 07724 563309 Email: jane.wood@oacp.org.uk
Hannah Cantellow
OACP Membership
& Training Course Enquiries
Tel: 07809 384189
Email: hannah.cantellow@oacp.org.uk
HOW TO CONTACT THE PUBLISHER:
OACP
9/10 Napier Court,
Barton Lane, Abingdon OX14 3YT
Tel: 07841 343840
Email: info@oacp.org.uk Website: https://oacp.org.uk Website: www.talkingcare.online
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All rights reserved.
Every reasonable endeavour to find and contact the copyright owners of the words and images included in this magazine and relevant permissions have been sought and approved.
No part of this magazine may be reproduced without the permission of the publisher. This magazine is printed on chlorine-free paper taken from a sustainable source.
Talking Care ISSN 2398-015X
The views expressed by the contributors and advertisers do not necessarily reflect the policy of OACP. Great care has been taken to ensure accuracy, but OACP cannot accept responsibility for errors or omissions. All material correct at time of going to press.
Disclaimer:
The display, description or demonstration of products and services or the inclusion of advertisements, inserts and samples within Talking Care Magazine does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation of these products and services by OACP.
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