Strength in numbers: BCCPA welcomes new members
As the leading voice for seniors’ care in the province, the BC Care Providers Association is proud to serve its members by representing them in matters of policy development and advocacy, offering networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities through exciting events and workshops, and providing other services which help foster quality of care.
The BCCPA celebrated its 40th anniversary this year, and its growing membership includes over 300 service providers and commercial members from all over B.C.
“It is exciting for us to see how many new service provider and commercial members have come on board over the past six months alone,” says Mike Klassen, BCCPA’s VP of Communications and Stakeholder Relations. “We are proud of the part we played in securing $500 million in new investments for seniors care in B.C., and know that with the continued support of our members we can achieve much more for our elderly citizens and those who provide first rate care.”
Over the last few months, several new companies have joined the BCCPA. We are pleased to welcome aboard the following members:
Kiwanis Manor – West Vancouver
Maeford Place – Quesnel
Shannon Falls Retirement Residence – Squamish
Glenmore Lodge – Kelowna
Live your Life Homecare – Surrey
Peachtacular Home Health Care – Metro Vancouver
The Oxford Senior Care – Abbotsford
Arrowsmith Lodge – Parksville
Home Instead Senior Care – Vancouver
Qualicum Manor – Qualicum Beach
The Cridge Centre for the Family – Victoria
In addition to a wide range of member benefits, our new members will have access to Member 365, BCCPA’s members-only web portal for exclusive news and discounts available to all our members.
For inquiries, contact Mike Klassen, VP Communications & Stakeholder Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.