Kare Plus Franchisees to Benefit From Multi Million Pound Contract


Feb 10, 2017

Kare Plus franchisees are gearing up to benefit from a multi-million pound national contract to provide specialised staff to support adults with learning difficulties. Kare Plus is one of only five carefully selected staff providers to be nominated by Dimensions, a not-for-profit organisation that supports around 2,500 people with learning difficulties and autism from 17 different locations across England and Wales.

According to Steve Welsh, Managing Director of Kare Plus, the Dimensions contract is the first of a large number of current contract tenders to come to fruition and represents a major feather in the cap for Kare Plus.

“We have a significant number of contract tenders in hand for private sector and NHS work” he explains. “The contract award from Dimensions is incredibly important for our brand in the care sector and will generate substantial work for franchisees. Our rapid growth is driving a strong recruitment campaign for Kare Plus – at present we have a network of around 24 franchisees, but we need to find more business minded, committed and ambitious people able to help us deliver the services our clients demand in regions all across the UK.”

Currently Kare Plus is tendering for contracts in the NHS worth around £140m.

About Kare Plus

Over the last twelve years, Kare Plus has established itself as one of the leading providers of quality nursing and domiciliary care, supplying medical and non-medical personnel to NHS hospitals, GP surgeries, some of the UK’s largest private health and nursing care facilities, as well as to families whose primary concern is to have their loved ones cared for in their own home.

One of only a few private care service providers in the franchising arena licensed to supply to the NHS and also fully accredited by the CQC (Care Quality Commission), Kare Plus is perfectly placed to benefit from the huge opportunities opening up as the biggest reorganisation in the history of the health service becomes law and provision of care and support for the elderly rises up the political agenda.