Supporters of National Care Home Open Day

National Care Home Open Day is proudly supported by the following organisations, who will be happy to offer support and advice to care homes when planning their programmes for the big day - just get in touch through the email addresses provided.

Department of Health

Norman Lamb, Minister of State for Care and Support, shows his support for the National Care Home Open Day and endeavours to visit a local care home to join in the celebrations.

Click here to download and read his letter.

Alzheimer's Society Alzheimer's Society is the leading support and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. Click here to find out more or alternatively you can email
Care Quality Commission The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of all health and social care services in England. Click here to find out more or alternatively you can email

Read the CQC's press release

NAPA Activities NAPA supports front line care staff to enable older people to live life the way they choose with meaning and purpose. Click here to find out more or alternatively you can email
NAPA Activities Click here to view the press release.
 NSA The National Skills Academy for Social Care is for everyone committed to excellent adult social care in England. 
We are a membership organisation, created by social care employers to transform the quality of: leadership, management, training, development, and commissioning.

Click here to find out more

Skills for care Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England. Click here to find out more

Health and Social Care Partnership


Dementia 4 Schools raises awareness of dementia with young people. It is part of the Dementia Friendly Communities programme and integral to the Prime Minister’s Dementia Challenge.The project:
  • encourages you to engage with your local community
  • encourages young people to know about health and social care
  • is an opportunity to share the care with the local community
  • promotes dementia friends and volunteer recruitment
  • raises the profile of your work and your organisation

Young people need and want to know about dementia – please help us create a dementia friendly generation.