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The Provider Engagement Network (PEN) is the main way for Devon County Council and NHS Devon to engage with providers of adult health and social care services. It is open to all independent sector providers.

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Market Position Statement

Our new Market Position Statement has been designed to inform and support you to develop your business. It provides a needs, supply and demand assessment, both now and looking to the future. It also highlights business opportunities and identifies changes needed in the care market to adapt to future levels of need

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April 2020

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Free support for caring enterprises in Devon

Devon County Council have teamed up with social enterprise Community Catalysts CIC to offer free support, advice and information to people who would like to explore ideas for running their own small local service (called a micro-enterprise) that supports or provides care for people in their community. Focusing on Totnes, Ilfracombe and Exeter and their surrounding areas, a series of events and workshops will offer the advice and practical information for people who want to make a difference in their...

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Free support for caring enterprises in Devon

Devon County Council have teamed up with social enterprise Community Catalysts CIC to offer free support, advice and information to people who would like to explore ideas for running their own small local service (called a micro-enterprise) that supports or provides care for people in their community. Focusing on Totnes, Ilfracombe and Exeter and their surrounding areas, a series of events and workshops will offer the advice and practical information for people who want to make a difference in their...

  • Contacting the CQC

    30 March 2020

    CQC have advised that if a provider wants to contact CQC they MUST email CQC Enquiries as well as sending information / queries to the relevant inspector to ensure CQC are informed if the inspector is off.

  • Critical Worker letter

    30 March 2020

    Further to the Government’s announcement on 23rd March 2020 that individuals should remain at home unless they need to attend the workplace due to the critical nature of their work, the Council is issuing a letter to all appropriate employees of the County Council, to confirm the critical status of their work and their need, as required, to attend the workplace (including people’s homes). This will support them should their situation be questioned by the authorities and they need written evidence. It may also be helpful in addressing queries with educational establishments, where employees are seeking childcare provision.


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