Micro providers

Micro providers are care and support services working the community they serve. They can be individuals, groups, voluntary or community organisations or small businesses. A micro provider has no more than five paid or unpaid full-time equivalent workers. 

Due to their size, micro providers can offer a broad range of diverse, personalised and flexible support – from home care services, to support with exercise, social activities or employment.

Services can be purchased by people funding their own care, or those getting help through a personal budget from the council.

Become a micro provider

If you are a micro provider which delivers (or plans to deliver) a service in East Sussex, we can help you with:

  • free market intelligence, based on what service users and Adult Social Care commissioners are telling us they want
  • free advice and support to develop your business or idea from Adult Social Care and local business support organisations
  • funding advice and details of local funding opportunities
  • promoting your business, service or activity through events and the Support with Confidence scheme

Email: Market Development to find out more.

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