Home Instead’s Brocklebank joins UKHCA board

Posted 27/11/12

CEO of at-home care company and champion of elderly care issues, Trevor Brocklebank, has been appointed to the board of the United Kingdom Homecare Association (UKHCA), the UK’s biggest homecare body.

Trevor joins the UKHCA as a non-executive director as the organisation prepares to assist its members during what is undoubtedly one of the most challenging times faced by the social care sector.

Commenting on his appointment, Trevor said, “I am looking forward to being more closely involved with the UKHCA and am delighted to have been elected to their Board.

“At a time of change in the social care sector, the work done by organisations like the UKHCA will become ever more important. I am particularly interested in promoting high standards of care and will continue to champion this through my new role.”

The UKHCA represents more than 2,200 homecare providers. Commenting on Trevor’s appointment, one of three made recently, UKHCA Chair, Mike Padgham said, “Trevor brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge about the sector and, together with our other new Board members, will be a tremendous asset to our strong and committed board.

UKHCA Board: www.ukhca.co.uk/board.aspx

 

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