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Alcedo achieves SIA’s Trusted Partner status



Homecare company Alcedo Care Group has been recognised as a Trusted Partner of Spinal Injuries Association (SIA).

The firm is now recognised by Spinal Injuries Association as providing “outstanding care in the home” for those of all ages with spinal injuries.

SIA is a guiding voice for life after spinal cord injury, providing knowledge and support. It partners with organisations that meet its standards in helping members thrive and live their lives to the fullest.

Alcedo, which currently works with approximately 10 spinal injury clients, is now recognised as a Trusted Partner in its provision of medical care, advice and support in the home for the wider spinal cord injuries community.

Alison Hayward, partnership manager from the Spinal Injuries Association, said: “The purpose of the Trusted Partner scheme is to connect our members with organisations that can help them live a fulfilled life after injury.

“We know that it is often difficult for our members to know who to trust with their care requirements and are therefore delighted to welcome Alcedo Care Group on board as a Trusted Care Partner to help with medical care in the home.”

Managing director at Alcedo Care Group, Andy Boardman, said: “Our team is hugely experienced in looking after those with spinal cord injuries in their own homes, delivering bespoke care packages according to differing individual needs and requirements. We are delighted to be recognised in this way by Spinal Injuries Association and look forward to extending our help and support further across the spinal injuries community.”

Alcedo’s branches across the North West of England and North Wales are now able to display the Spinal Injuries Association’s Trusted Partner logo and accept recommendations from their community and wider contacts.

Alcedo’s team recently took part in a gorge walking and white water rafting fundraiser in Llangollen, North Wales, raising more than £6,000 for the SIA.

By the end of 2025, Alcedo’s growth is expected to take its portfolio to 30 branches across the North of England and Wales.