Sector Leadership Group

. . . . you are warmly invited to join

You may be aware that a Sector Leadership Group is being developed which will bring together senior representatives of the adult social care provider sector in the areas covered by Dorset Council and Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council. The group will meet periodically with senior managers from the two councils, Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Dorset Integrated Care System (ICS) and it will discuss the big, strategic issues which affect the sector, for example:


•How adult social care and health services can work together more effectively

•What type of adult social care services people will want in the future.

The aim of the group is to ensure that adult social care providers are represented and can contribute when the big strategic decisions are taken. This new group is being supported by both Dorset Care Homes Association and Dorset Home Care Provider Association.

Its remit will be to discuss issues which affect all parts of the adult social care provider sector locally, and therefore is best suited to those within a senior role. This is really exciting and important opportunity for the sector to have a bigger say and we would strongly encourage all providers to think about becoming involved.

Required Reading

Terms of Reference

Member role description

Principles of Engagement

In order to become involved please complete the expression of interest form below and submit by 10.01.20

Expression of Interest Form

I agree that Partners in Care (PIC) may use the information I have given on this form for the purposes of considering my interest in becoming a member of the Strategic Leadership Group, and that the information may be shared with the external consultants who have been appointed to help the group to be set up. Completed forms will be considered by PIC and by two independent external consultants who are helping us set the group up. The forms won’t be seen by the councils, the CCG or by other providers.

If you would like any further information in relation to this group please contact Kate Blake via or on 01202 205847.