Why join erosh?

As the national network for older people’s housing and support services, erosh is an essential membership organisation for professionals in the sector.

Erosh provides practical expert advice and guidance, news and commentary for front line staff and service managers to help respond to current challenges and opportunities.

Erosh Membership offers:

How To Guides – invaluable, user-friendly good practice guides and checklists written by experts on a variety of topics.

These include:


Briefings – Not sure how national policy developments and changes in legislation could affect you or your organisation? Erosh regularly issues briefings to help members understand changes in policy and legislation.


Case Studies – Practical case studies demonstrating good practice.

These include:

  • Digital inclusion
  • Sheltered schemes as community hubs
  • Working with people with dementia
  • Health and well-being projects

Local networks – members in different parts of the UK regularly meet to share good practice, work together to resolve issues and to hear guest speakers.


Collective influence  – erosh is committed to promoting good quality housing and support for older people and lobbying to provide a collective voice to influence government policy.


Training – members receive a 20% discount on erosh training at your offices to compliment our “How to… “ guides on a number of topics to help develop staff cost effectively.


Specialist advice and guidance – for front line staff and service managers through the website


Free job vacancy advertising on the erosh website.

Erosh membership benefits offer excellent value for money at a time of ever reducing budgets.

Testimonials

“Our staff do a fantastic job ensuring residents have that bit of support when they need it and supporting them to live truly independent, fulfilling lives. Erosh is a great network for landlords as well as reminding commissioners about the great value for money of supported housing; a message we really need to get across in these cash-strapped times.”

 

Robin Deane  Head of Area – Services, Sussex Region, Amicus Horizon