Introduction of the Outstanding Society

November 8, 2021 Homecare Services

Introduction of the Outstanding Society

What is The Outstanding Society?

The Outstanding Society (OS), founded in 2018, was formed by a small group of adult social care providers who had all recently achieved ‘Outstanding’ ratings from CQC (Care Quality Commission). The society was the idea of Camilla Trimble, who owned a Care Home in Dorset, and identified other ‘Outstanding’ providers to share their expertise with other providers, helping to support the driving up of quality throughout England.


The OS has developed relationships with organisations that help to support the Care Industry including CoolCare, Blueleaf, Care Advice Service, Nourish and Altura Learning. The following sponsors help to add value to Providers of Social Care, through their expertise in different fields.

Community Interest Company (CIC)

Recently this year, the Outstanding Society have set up as a Community Interest Company (CIC). The vision is to provide a platform for all providers to access topical information on their website alongside monthly newsletters, social media and virtual meetings. The society welcomes all providers to sign up to their events and newsletters and for Outstanding providers to become contributors to the OS.

Proud Contributor of the Society

Cavendish Homecare is proud to be a contributor to the Outstanding Society, after achieving an ‘Outstanding’ in Care in their latest CQC inspection, helping to learn and share best practices with other providers in the Care Industry.

To learn more about the Outstanding Society, follow the link.

About the Author…

Zahrah Abdullah

Operations Assistant

During her time as a Youth Worker at Challengers, a charity dedicated to supporting children and young people with disabilities, Zahrah demonstrated excellence in assisting in the delivery of inclusive play activities. She gained knowledge in Makaton, and underwent training in Crisis Prevention/Intervention, specifically focusing on managing challenging verbal and physical behaviours.

Currently holding a key role within Cavendish Homecare’s operations team, Zahrah takes charge of ensuring the seamless set up of new cases, managing the distribution of personal protective equipment (PPE) to clients and the nursing and carer teams, organising staff training and providing crucial support to Nurse Managers.

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