"It was always a genuine pleasure to engage with Camilla and The Outstanding Society and from inception I wanted Skills for Care to be a highly engaged supporter. The Outstanding Society is a highly motivated group of social care providers who have had their commitment to providing the highest quality relationship based care and support recognised by the Care Quality Commission. Working together, this group strive to continue to improve their provision by sharing, learning and evolving.  The Society is hungry for all of the resources and support Skills for Care provides in their ambition to provide the very best care and support. They are generous in wanting to share their ideas, learning and practice with other providers and I would urge everyone to take this offer up so more and more providers are recognised for outstanding provision. This is what we want for everyone we love and care about."

Sharon Allen OBE

CEO Skills for Care 2010-2019

"The outstanding society is a group of people, who are not only exemplars  in the delivery of care and support services, but they have shown great commitment to supporting the entire sector and helping all services to improve the quality of care."

 Professor Martin Green OBE

Chief Executive: Care England

“As Chief Inspector of Adult Social care at the CQC I value the opportunity to work with the Outstanding Society to observe first-hand how good and outstanding providers are continually striving to improve and provide the best quality care, as well as being open with sharing best practice and listening to others. In our Driving Improvement report published in June 2018 we highlighted nine services which had significantly improved and are providing person-centred care, but we also welcome the feedback from providers about how we work as a regulator, what is working with our inspection processes and what can be improved. We value our relationship with the Outstanding Society which allows us to work together to build a better future for adult social care.”  

Kate Terroni

Chief Inspector of Adult Social care at the CQC