What is the Framework Agreement?
When you see Framework Agreement logo next to an organisation on Help Yourself, it means that they hold a contract with Sheffield City Council for the provision of care and support services. This means that they have been through a competitive and rigorous tender process which will have ensured they are an organisation deemed fit to do direct business with the Council. They will have met all the required criteria, including professional insurance and indemnity requirements, business references and safeguarding procedures and will have agreed full terms of business with the council. The organisation will be subject to robust and regular quality assurance and contract monitoring by the Councils' own internal Contracts and Partnership Team.
This also means that if you are a Support Planner working with an individual you can ask the Council to purchase care and support directly from this organisation.
All the organisations which are on the Framework Agreement and which provide a service in Sheffield are listed below.
|Abbeycare Nursing@Home||Dimensions (UK) Ltd, Sheffield||Saga Homecare|
|Action for Blind People||Direct Health UK||Sanctuary Home Care Ltd|
|Affinity Trust||Domus Healthcare Sheffield||Sense|
|Age UK Sheffield – 1 to 1 Dementia Support Service||Enable Sheffield||Sheffcare Ltd|
|Age UK Sheffield – 1 to 1 Practical Support||Enable Care and Home Support Ltd||Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust|
|Age UK Sheffield – Arbourthorne Day Centre||Flexible Support Options Ltd||Sheffield Mind Ltd - Befriending|
|Age UK Sheffield – Eastfield Day Centre||Heeley City Farm - Community Support||Sheffield Mind Ltd - Support Worker Service|
|Age UK Sheffield – Get Out and About||Hesley Group Ltd||Signature at Loxley Park (Operations) Ltd|
|Age UK Sheffield – Horner House Day Centre||HFT||SLC Group|
|Age UK Sheffield – Manor Day Centre||Home Choice Care Ltd||Spectrum E|
|Age UK Sheffield – Painted Fabrics Day Centre||Home Instead Senior Care||Spectrum Social Care|
|Age UK Sheffield – Woodhouse Day Centre||Homecare4U||Springfield Homecare Sheffield|
|Age UK Sheffield – You’ve got a Friend||Housing 21 - Home Care Services||SSA Social Care Ltd|
|Age UK Sheffield – Lifelong Learning||Housing and Support Solutions Ltd||St Annes Supported Living Service|
|Age UK Sheffield – Swimming and Fitness Club||Inside Out - Burton Street Foundation||Sun Healthcare Ltd|
|Allied Healthcare||Intercare Services||TLC Homecare Ltd|
|Alzheimers Society Day Care Provision||It's My Life - Community Involvement||UBU|
|Ark||It's My Life - Training and Development||Under the Stars|
|Autism Care UK – Rother Heights||Keyring - Supported Living Networks||Under the Stars - Creative Arts and Music Workshops|
|Autism Plus Ltd – Supported Living||Leonard Cheshire Sheffield Care at Home Service||United Response|
|Bluebird Care||Lifeways Community Care||Voyage|
|Broomgrove Trust Nursing Home||Mears - Sheffield|
|Burton Street Foundation||Medacs|
|Burton Street Foundation – Day Activities||Newfield View Supported Living Ltd|
|Care UK||One to One Support Services|
|Care2Care – Dementia Day Care||Options - Homecare|
|Care2Care Services||Principle Support Ltd - Homecare|
|Carewatch||Progressive Care Ltd|
|Castlerock Healthcare||Reed Community Care - Home Care|
|Choice Support||Rethink Sheffield Personalisation Service|
|Citizenship First||Rialto Care Services Ltd|
|Craegmoor - Supporting you in Rotherham||Riverside ECHG|
|Crossroads Care Rotherham||Roshni Sheffield Asian Women's Resource Centre|
|Darnall Dementia Group||Royal Mencap Society, Sheffield Office|
To find these organisations and many other Health and Social Care organisations, carry on searching Help Yourself using the button below.
Help Yourself is an online directory of community groups, support groups, health and social care organisations in Sheffield. Here you will find leisure activities such as dancing, drama, reading and writing groups, art, music and youth clubs. You will find sports activities such as martial arts, yoga and pilates, rambling, swimming, keep fit, cycling, cricket, boxing. You will find groups for older people, people with mental health issues, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, homeless people, asylum seekers, refugees. You will find self help and support groups for drugs and alcohol, domestic violence, carers, gay lesbian and bisexual people, people with alzheimers, dementia and other health conditions. You can also plan your care and support and find home care/home support, residential care, respite care, lunch clubs and support if you receive an individual budget or direct payment. You can also find details of places of worship whatever your faith, recycling facilities and conservation groups, community centres, Taras, venues for hire, private tutors, literacy and numeracy and so much more.
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