Micro providers are care and support services based within the communities they serve. They can be individuals, groups, voluntary or community organisations or small businesses (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 typical home care services to support with exercise, social activities or employment.
Services can be purchased by people funding their own care or by those getting help through a personal budget from the council.
Become a micro provider
If you are a provider (of no more than five paid or unpaid full-time equivalent workers) delivering – or planning 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 in developing 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.