TAP, the online platform which allows people to publically thank those who work in social care, has formed a new partnership with the National Care Forum (NCF).
Pledging their joint commitment to positive change in the sector, TAP has become an affiliate member of NCF, while NCF has become an official TAP supporter.
James McLoughlin, director of TAP, said: “TAP is delighted to become an Affiliate Member of the National Care Forum. We look forward to working together to ensure that care workers gain the recognition they deserve, as well as connecting with NCF’s membership base to collectively make a bigger impact.”
TAP (Thank And Praise) is a free-to-use social thanking platform, which enables clients, residents and their relatives to show their appreciation to those working in social care, while raising funds for charities.
Vic Rayner (pictured), CEO of the NCF, said: “Our incredible social care workers have been out there each and every minute of each and every day providing care and support in people’s own homes, in supported living settings, in extra care housing, in care homes and in day centres. They deserve our continual praise which TAP’s thanking platform can help facilitate.”